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First documented in the U.S. in 2006, the disease has infected 12 types of bats and killed millions. The northern long-eared bat is among the hardest hit, with estimated declines of 97 percent or higher in affected populations. The bat is found in 37 eastern and north-central states, plus Washington, D.C., and much of Canada.
— PBS (November 30) (Pocket)
Turkey cuts rates by 150 basis points and ends easing cycleCNBCTurkish central bank cuts rates again despite high inflationThe Washington PostTurkey Slashes Interest Rate in Line With Erdogan's DemandBloombergTurkish central bank slashes key rate, ending rate cut cycle
— CNBC (November 25) (Pocket)
And yet, Mr. Bird went on to become a U.S. Marine veteran, a decorated Army Special Forces Green Beret, and the first Black man elected to the school board in Richland County, which serves the city of Richland and West Richland in central Washington about 200 miles southeast of Seattle.
— Washington Times (November 25) (Pocket)
The commander of the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) tells Axios the U.S. has a "moral duty" to do more to prevent Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from ordering a ground offensive into Kurdish-controlled northeastern Syria.The big picture: Turkey has launched drone, air and artillery strikes across the border into Syria over the past four days, with Erdoğan now promising to send in troops and tanks.The mostly Kurdish SDF was the most effective U.S. partner in combating ISIS in Syria, but Erdoğan considers the militia an enemy and blames Kurdish groups for a Nov. 13 terror attack in Istanbul. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack and the SDF and Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) denied involvement.
— Axios (November 25) (Pocket)
Sweden deports man with alleged ties to Kurdish militant groupReutersSweden extradites convicted PKK member to Turkey — reportsDW (English)Turkey jails outlawed PKK member extradited from SwedenThe HinduSweden extradites PKK/KCK terror group member to TürkiyeAnadolu Agency
— Reuters (December 4) (Pocket)
At least 42 people have been killed over the past week while protesting in Kurdish cities as a result of “direct fire from the Iranian government forces,” Kurdish human rights group Hengaw said Tuesday. The group, which focuses on human rights in Iranian Kurdistan, said that at least 1,500 people have been injured.
— NBC (November 28) (Pocket)
Turkey has launched a barrage of airstrikes on suspected militant targets in northern Syria and Iraq in recent days, in retaliation for a deadly Nov. 13 bombing in Istanbul that Ankara blames on the Kurdish groups. The groups have denied involvement in the bombing.
— Haaretz (November 26) (Pocket)
Turkish air attacks on Syria threaten US personnel: PentagonAl Jazeera EnglishIslamic State: Kurdish forces threaten to stop guarding campsBBCWill Erdogan finally deliver on his vow to invade northern Syria?CNNTurkiye launches fresh airstrikes on Syria's detention camp, targets Kurdish groups
— Al Jazeera (November 26) (Pocket)
Iran Launches More Large-Scale Missile Attacks On Northern Iraq Iran has launched another round of attacks on Kurdish groups in northern Iraq in connection with ongoing anti-government protests inside the Islamic Republic. This as Iran's own neighboring Kurdistan region has continued to be a hotbed of the now two-month long "anti-hijab" protests sparked by the death in police custody of a 22-year old Iranian Kurdish woman fromSaqqez. Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced early Monday that it struck three areas of the northern Iraqi Kurdish region with drones and missiles the day prior, causing "heavy damage" on the camps.
— ZeroHedge Opinion (November 22) (Pocket)
Iran: At least five dead after security services open fire at anti-government protest, activists say
Hengaw, a Kurdish human rights group, said Iranian security forces unleashed gunfire on protesters on Monday in Javanrud, where a funeral was held for two protesters killed the day before. It cited witnesses as saying Iranian forces used heavy machine guns.
— Weekly Standard (November 22) (Pocket)
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