Kirkuk Won't Take Any More Refugees, Official

Kirkuk's provincial council has decided to close "corridors" for internally displaced persons (IDPs) on its southern and western borders to stem the migrant flow into the ethnically disputed city.

Sarkozy Launches Scathing Attack on Immigration and EU's Rules

By Romina McGuinness

Family reunification for migrants must be suspended until the EU agrees on a solid immigration policy for all member states, said France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy. The right-wing politician was speaking ahead of next year's presidential election where he said the problem had to be tackled.

Assyrian-Swedish Scholar Selected to Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship Program

By Bar Daisan

Stockholm (AINA) -- An Assyrian scholar in Sweden is one of five researchers selected to the Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship program of the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Studies (SCAS). Dr. Aryo Makko, who is lecturer at the History Department at Stockholm University, was nominated by his university.

How Turkey's Offensive Into Syria is Opening Up a Hornet's Nest

By Sudarsan Raghavan and Erin Cunningham

KARKAMIS, Turkey -- Turkey's incursion into Syria is deepening tensions between two major U.S.-backed groups, potentially setting up a conflict that could undermine Washington's efforts to eradicate the Islamic State's presence in Syria.

U.S., Russia Fall Short on Deal to Restore Syria Truce

GENEVA (AP) -- The United States and Russia said Friday they had resolved a number of issues standing in the way of restoring a nationwide truce to Syria and opening up aid deliveries, but were unable once again to forge a comprehensive agreement on stepping up cooperation to end the brutal war that...

Senator McCain Sends Letter on Assyrians to Kurdish President

(AINA) -- Former Republican presidential candidate and current Senator from Arizona, John McCain, sent a letter to Kurdish President Massoud Barzani regarding Assyrians in the Kurdish region in north Iraq. In the letter, dated May 25, McCain expresses "...

Australia's Assyrians in Focus

By Peter Ahern

Fairfield, Australia (AINA) -- On Sunday 27 March the Australian Broadcasting Commission presented a special documentary on Australia's Assyrian community as part of the long-running and popular "Compass" series. The Assyrian community is not widely known in Australia.

Why France? It's in the Math

By Peter Ahern

(AINA) -- As France reels from yet another terrorist attack on its citizens, many commentators are asking why that particular country has borne the brunt of recent terrorist attacks on the West.

Terrorist Strikes and the Blame Game

By Peter Ahern

(AINA) -- Europe is counting the cost of the latest Islamist terrorist strikes. Two explosions at Zaventem airport in Brussels, with an accompanying explosion at Maelbeek metro station in the heart of the city, have left over 30 dead and dozens seriously injured.

The Chaldean Chamber and Foundation

Tell us about the Chaldean community. Where is the origin of the community and where is the population most prevalent? Chaldeans have a history dating all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia, and are indigenous to Iraq, Syria, and parts of Iran and Turkey.

The Life and Health of Assyrian Queens

"Whomever, in the future, be it a queen who sits on the throne or a palace lady who is a concubine of the king, removes me from my tomb, or puts anybody else with me, and lays his hand upon my jewelry with evil intent or breaks open the seal of that tomb, above (earth), under the rays of the sun,...


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Assyrians Should Leave the Middle East
Reflections on the Assyrian Genocide and the Next 100 Years
Teaching People to Commit Genocide
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The Genocide of Assyrians That Started in Iraq Continues in Syria

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The Middle East and Its Grim Near-Future Development
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