Who Are The Kurdish People?
Thursday, 10 October 2019 (
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Watch VideoThe Kurdish people are an indigenous group, who have lived and moved through the mountains of the Middle East for centuries.
Kurds still occupy a sprawling region known as Kurdistan that, on a modern map, spans Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Iran and a bit of Armenia.
As a whole, they're a stateless people — ...
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