Assyrian Monastery Saved From Kurdish Vandal
ISIS Attacks on Yazidis on Mount Sinjar, 1,000 Families Trapped
Assyrian Describes ISIS Takeover of His City in North Iraq
Assyrian Genocide Monument Erected in Athens
Rains Cause Flooding in Refugee Camps in Dohuk, Iraq
European Assyrians Lobby EU for Relief for Assyrians in Iraq
October 4 Report on North Iraq -- Yazidis Still Trapped on Sinjar, Patients Expelled From Hospitals
Mosul Residents Living in Sadness and Terror Under ISIS
Assyrian Mother and Three Sons Murdered in Baghdad
Assyrian Appointed Sweden's Minister of Energy
Three Assyrians Kidnapped in Syria
Islamists Destroy 7th Century Church, Mosque in Tikrit, Iraq
Documentary on Assyrian Genocide to Premiere for Centennial Commemoration
Assyrians in Iraq Should Go for Self-Determination
5K Walk Calls Attention to Assyrian Suffering in Iraq
5 Assyrians Elected to Swedish Parliament
The Minorities of the Nineveh Plain and the Demand for a Safe Haven
Joint Assyrian, Armenian Letter Sent to House Foreign Affairs Committee
City of Yonkers Passes Resolution Supporting Assyrians of Iraq
75% of Assyrians Return to Their Town in North Iraq
Chaldean Bishop: ISIS Wants to Rip Christians From Their Roots
ISIS Orders All Christian, Shiite Business Assets to Be Delivered to the Islamic State
ISIS Using Christian Homes in Mosul As Factories for Explosive Devices
Assyrian Delegate Calls for Safe Haven, UN Protection for Assyrians and Other Minorities in Iraq
12 Assyrians Who Were Held By ISIS Escape By Faking Conversion
Yazidi Member of Iraq's Parliament Calls for Arming Yazidis and Assyrians
Some Assyrians Who Fled Their Town Say They Wish to Leave Iraq
Tens of Thousands of Assyrian and Yazidi Children At Risk in North Iraq
Assyrian Orthodox Patriarch Delivers Keynote Speech At in Defense of Christians Summit
Assyrian Bishop on Why Christianity is Vital to the Middle East
Assyrian Bishop Testifies At Senate Human Rights Caucus
US House Hearing Focuses on Christian Persecution in Iraq
Senator Ted Cruz Booed Off Stage At In Defense of Christians Summit
Defense of Christians Summit Opens in Washington
September 6 Report on North Iraq -- Forced Marriages and Conversions, Looting
Iraqi Women Network Calls for Action Against ISIS
Assyrian School Opens in Sweden
European Assyrian Federations Send Letter to EU's Foreign Minister
Australian Parliament Calls for Protection of Assyrians in Iraq
Further Arming the Kurds Could Prove Dangerous
Assyrian Patriarch Calls for 3 Day Fast for Iraq's Christians
Thousands of Refugees Apply for New Passports in North Iraq
August 30 Report on North Iraq -- Suicides, Squatters, Escapes
ISIS Forced Elderly Assyrian Couple to March Out of Baghdede
Mother of 3 Year-old Assyrian Girl Kidnapped By ISIS: 'She Will Die If She Does Not See Me'
Assyrians Demonstrate Outside British Embassy in Stockholm
August 28 Report on North Iraq -- Looting, Homeless Children and Epidemics
Hundreds Rally in Canberra for Save Haven for Assyrians in Iraq
The Historic Visit of Five Patriarchs to North Iraq
ISIS Abduct 3 Year-old Assyrian Girl From Fleeing Family; 3 Starve to Death

Assyrian Monastery Saved From Kurdish Vandal

Turabdin, Turkey (AINA) -- An ancient Assyrian monastery dating back to early days of Christianity has been saved from destruction in Turkey's south eastern region. The monastery is known as Deir Haddadke or Saint Aho and is situated a few miles outside the town of Midyat.

Assyrian Describes ISIS Takeover of His City in North Iraq

(AINA) -- A video recorded by the World Council of Churches shows an Assyria man telling of his flight from his village as ISIS swept into the Nineveh Plain, north of Mosul. The man identifies himself as Ayad, from the town of Tel Kepe, north of Mosul.

Assyrian Genocide Monument Erected in Athens

Athens, Greece (AINA) -- An Assyrian genocide monument was erected yesterday in Athens, Greece, where 8,000 Assyrians live. The monument is a memorial for the Assyrian victims of the Turkish genocide of Christians in World War One, which claimed 750,000 Assyrians (75%), 1.

Rains Cause Flooding in Refugee Camps in Dohuk, Iraq

Dohuk, Iraq (AINA) -- Heavy rains flooded refugee camps in Dohuk, Iraq, where an estimated 100,000 Iraqis fled when ISIS entered the Nineveh Plain on August 7. The refugees are mostly Assyrians and Yazidis. Hundreds of refugees were forced to abandon their tents after they were flooded by the rains.

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