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German government criticises Turkey’s Syria invasion

By Hannes Heine

The Turkish invasion into the Kurdish region lacked "legitimacy under international law". Berlin's development ministry wants to help in northern Syria because of COVID-19. EURACTIV's media partner Der Tagesspiegel reports.

An Ancient Valley Lost to β€˜Progress’

By Carlotta Gall and Mauricio Lima

In his push for economic development, Turkey’s president has flooded the archaeological gem of Hasankeyf and displaced thousands of families.

Turkey, Austria trade barbs over Kurdish-Turkish clashes in Vienna

By admin

Austria and Turkey accused each other on Monday (29 June) of responding inappropriately to clashes between Kurdish and Turkish protesters in Vienna last week, further straining relations.

Iko Media Group re-launches Kurdsat TV

By Robert Briel

Iko Media Group, a global end-to-end service provider for broadcasters and content owners, has announced a re-launch of Kurdish television station Kurdsat.

The boutique service provider was able to successfully re-launch the Kurdish TV station in SD and HD on a global scale – US, Latin America, Middle East and Europe. In addition, they also provided Kurdsat with their OTT platform, iKOFLiX.

“We were looking for the most professional and complete solution to reclaim our #1 ranking in the Kurdish market. iKO provided us with the expertise, knowledge and experience needed to reach and grow our audience on a global scale.” Amanj Kamal CEO Kurdsat

“We are proud to re-launch one of the leading Kurdish channels on a global scale. We are confident that our collaboration with Kurdsat will assist in returning the channel to its leading position in the local and global market.” David Treadway, Chairman, Iko Media Group.

Kurdsat Broadcasting Corporation is the second Kurdish language satellite television station in Iraqi Kurdistan, broadcasting since 2000. It belongs to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and is based in Sulaymaniyah.

The channel broadcasts programs in Kurdish language. Other languages such as Persian and Arabic are also used in some programmes. Kurdsat was among the Kurdish satellite stations in Kurdistan. Kurdsat maintains a website for recent news and commentaries in Kurdish, Arabic and English.

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