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.
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.
Brussels (AINA) -- Assyrian Federations of Europe are continuing their joint efforts to lobby the European Union on behalf of Assyrians of Iraq. On Thursday, October 16 a representative of the Assyrian federations, Mr.
(AINA) -- The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization has issued its latest report, dated October 4, 2014, on the situation in North Iraq. ISIS has forced government and private hospitals in Mosul, as well as health centers in cities and other towns it controls, into releasing patients staying there.
(AINA) -- Reporting via telephone, residents of Mosul describe a life of terror and sadness, living under strict Sharia law as imposed by ISIS. A general silence hangs over the city. ISIS continues carrying out random executions of young men and public figures. The most recent execution was of Ms.
(AINA) -- According to a report by Al-Masalah, an Iraqi news outlet, a security source in Baghdad confirmed on Saturday that on September 27 armed men assaulted a home in southwest Baghdad and killed an Assyrian family of four.
Stockholm (AINA) -- Ibrahim Baylan, a member of Sweden's Social Democratic Party, has been appointed as Sweden's Minister of Energy. Mr. Baylan was elected to the Swedish Parliament on September 14, along with four other Assyrians (AINA 2014-09-19). Ibrahim Baylan was born in Turabdin, Turkey.