- A child detained in Adana
- Call of sensitivity for Rojava
- Southeastern group of 'wise people' to gather
- Men kill fourteen women in March
- Warplanes took off once again
- Dense air restlessness in Diyarbakır
- Aid campaign for Rojava in Kars goes on
- 'Iron Lady' Margaret Thatcher passes away
- Military shipment in Şırnak
- 4 April celebrations going on in Van
- Peace Mother Yusufoğlu passes away
- At least 580 people executed in 2012 in Iran
- 'We side with peace'
- Police and soldiers intervened in crowds in front of Ergenekon court
- Penalty of saying 'Dear Öcalan' to BDP member
ŞIRNAK (DİHA) - The Governorship of Şırnak has banned the petition campaign for the four basic demands of the Kurds, confiscating the signature stands in Şırnak today.
The four basic demands supported by Kurdish political parties and institutions consist of the inclusion of the right to education in mother tongue, a political status for the Kurds, the right to politically organize and the recognition of the Kurdish identity in the New Constitution. The campaign had been banned by several governorships including Diyarbakır and Urfa.