Month: July 2018
Niki and Fabian from The Yes Academy joined the Breakfast Club to talk about 2018 Yes Academy in Kurdistan. The YES Academy Kurdistan is a summer performing arts program for youth aged 6 to 26. We will offer classes in music, dance and theater taught by an American faculty from some of the United States […]
Tara and Bawan joined the Breakfast Club to talk about the amazing ans interesting thing they did. they opened a new cafe that only ladies allow to get in. it’s The First Ladies café in Kurdistan. Check out more about the interview, click below!
The sale and consumption of all alcoholic drinks has been banned in Salahuddin by the provincial governor in a move that residents have compared to the strict conservatism of ISIS rule. During ISIS rule, the sale and consumption of alcohol was banned. The governor of Salahuddin reintroduced the conservative ruling last week. Some residents support […]
Sad news out of Kirkuk as a series of explosions hit the city in multiple locations last night. A vehicle allegedly drove through a crowd, throwing bombs and grenades in a commercial district of Kirkuk. One death was reported and 11 people were injured, including women and children. No group has claimed responsibility for the […]
Delal Sindy, founder of Change International joined the Breakfast Club to talk about her work. She is a Kurdish/Swedish Human rights activist. Check out more about her work, click below.
Iraqi and Peshmerga forces backed by the Coalition forces “successfully” cleared an Islamic State (ISIS) safe haven in the Makhmour Mountains region. Peshmerga forces and Iraqi federal police backed by the coalition warplanes launched an offensive on Monday to hunt ISIS militants on the Mount Qarachokh near Makhmour in southwest of Erbil. Over 30 Coalition […]
Babylonia is an 11 year old aspiring YouTuber and singer. She joined the Breakfast Club and performed 2 songs for us, check it out, click below!
Local sources in Baghdad and southern provinces of Iraq on Monday said access to the web had been temporarily restored after blockages in response to protests that have entered their second week with casualties numbered at the hundreds. Demonstrators accuse the Iraqi government of deliberately cutting access to the internet in efforts to censor those […]
Chnar Barwari told us about life as a Peshmerga earlier in the morning. Listen to her story below. You can contact her by clicking on her Facebook profile (click here) if you are interested in helping out with her cause of assisting the men and women of Peshmerga.
Believe it or not, but Cardi B is keeping Kulture under wraps, despite a flood of offers from media outlets … Cardi B’s baby girl won’t make her public debut if it goes Cardi B’s way. Sources close to Cardi tell multiple magazines, websites and photo agencies have reached out with offers for Kulture’s first photo […]