Outsiders Tussle Over the Yazidis’ Homeland

After the terror of ISIS, returning home is still a distant prospect for thousands of Yazidis. Now they have become pawns as Baghdad and Erbil bicker over their homeland of Sinjar.

A displaced Yazidi farmer who chose Mount Sinjar over a camp in the autonomous Kurdish region after ISIS stormed his village.
Sketches of those who died in Suruç appeared in Ozgur Genclik
Life for Pro-Kurdish Organisations Gets Harder After the Coup

In July 2015 its members were killed when a suicide bomber's detonation ripped through a crowd of youth activists in the city of Suruç in southern Turkey. Now members of the pro-Kurdish youth organisation SDGF are under attack from their own government.