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Kurdish Authorities Preventing Assyrian Soldiers From Returning to Their Posts
New Book on Assyrian Genocide Published
First Assyrian Elected to Local Government in Victoria, Australia
Iraq's Assyrians Under Fire
In Continuing Purge, Turkey Removes Only Assyrian Mayor
Assyrian Organization Congratulates Trump, Calls Attention to ISIS Genocide
Battle of Mosul is Historic, Says Assyrian MP in Iran
Erdo─čan's Gambit for Mosul
Assyrians in Iraq to Unify Their Militias
Kurdish Forces in Syria Arrest Assyrian, Kurdish Parents in School
Kurdish Court Rules Against Assyrian Man in Squatting Case
Assyrian Confederation of Europe Elects President
The Genocide of Assyrians and Yazidis and the Next American President
Dutch Parliament Holds Hearing on Assyrians in Iraq
Assyrian Organizations Submit Report on Syria to UN
Assyrian Women's Conference Issues Appeal for Aid
Is Obama Fast-tracking Mosul Offensive to Save His Legacy?
Assyrians in Europe to Gather for Inaugural Convention
Why France? It's in the Math
Syriac Orthodox Patriarch Meets German President
Assyrian-Swedish Scholar Selected to Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship Program
Syriac Orthodox Patriarch Issues Statement After Assassination Attempt
European Parliament Member Sends Letter on Assyrian Rights to Kurdish Government
Assyrian Group Sues Turkish-Kuwaiti Bank for Funding Terrorism
Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Qamishli, Syria
Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Switzerland
Suicide Bomber Targets Assyrian Event in Syria, 3 Killed
Patriarchs Issue Statement on Two Year Anniversary of ISIS Occupation
German Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian Genocide: History and Politics
Concern for Religious Minorities in Iraq
Assyrian Professor and His Wife Awarded Academic Book Prize
Assyrians Demonstrate in Sweden, Germany Against Kurdish Land Grabs in North Iraq
Iraqi Assyrian Bishop: ISIS Drove Us to Unity
Symposium on Assyrian Culture and History to Be Held At Library of Congress
Senator McCain Sends Letter on Assyrians to Kurdish President
Chaldean Patriarch Criticized for Opposition to Assyrian Military Forces
PYD Impose Kurdish Education Curricula on Assyrians, Arabs in Syria
ISIS Attack Assyrian District in Syria, Five Killed
Assyrian Delegation in Washington to Press for Aid
How Americans, Kurds and Assyrians Fought Off ISIS
Assyrians in North Iraq Pressured to Sign Petition for Kurdish Independence
Dutch Delegation Visits North Iraq, Raises Issue of Kurdish Encroachment on Assyrian Lands
Turkey Attempted to Stop Broadcast of Assyrian Genocide Documentary
Assyrian Genocide Documentary to Premiere in US Theaters
Assyrian Confederation of Europe Established in Brussels
Memorial Garden Opened in France for Assyrian Genocide Victims
Church Publishes Names of 21 Assyrians Killed By ISIS in Qaryatain
Kurdish Forces Blockade Assyrian Villages in Iraq
Assyrian Organizations Send Open Letter to U.S. Presidential Candidates
Australia's Assyrians in Focus
ISIS Release Assyrian Girl in Syria
Terrorist Strikes and the Blame Game
Kurdish Flag Spray-painted on 7th Century BC Assyrian Relief
ISIS Release 43 Assyrian Hostages in Syria
Coalition Urges Obama to Designate ISIS Actions As Genocide for All Groups
Kurdish YPG Forces Setup Training Camps in 3 Assyrian Villages in Syria
European Parliament Designates ISIS Atrocities As Genocide
ISIS Release 22 Assyrian Hostages in Syria
Fighting Between Turkish Army and Kurdish PKK Damages Assyrian Church
Assyrian Forces Secure Abandoned Front Line Town Against ISIS In North Iraq
Summaries

New Book on Assyrian Genocide Published

(AINA) -- A new English book titled 'Year of the Sword - The Assyrian Genocide, A History' has been published by Prof. Joseph Yacoub, an emeritus Professor at the Catholic University of Lyon, France.

Iraq's Assyrians Under Fire

(AINA) -- The population of Assyrians (also known as Chaldeans and Syriacs) in Iraq has plummeted from 1.5 million in 2004 to 300,000 today.

In Continuing Purge, Turkey Removes Only Assyrian Mayor

Mardin, Turkey (AINA) -- Turkey removed the two co-mayors of Mardin today and replaced them with a so-called qayyum (guardian). The co-mayors, Februniye Akyol and Ahmet Turk, were elected co-mayors of Mardin on March 30, 2014.


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