Kurds need US support THU, 8 MAY 2008 13:01
With sectarian violence continuing across southern Iraq, the United States should work to build bridges with the more stable Kurdish north, Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said while visiting the region Wednesday.
Kurds provide safe haven for Christians WED, 30 APR 2008 11:26
The Kurdish regional government in Northern Iraq is providing a safe haven to several thousand Iraqi Christians who have fled persecution in other parts of the country, government officials and local pastors told Newsmax.
Treading lightly in Iraq TUE, 8 APR 2008 13:43
Kurds hold their Nawruz festivities on the mountains, and we were invited to join some. Each child in the family would be lined up to chime: "Thank you!" and "Welcome!" (in English) and proffer cheeks not once or twice but four times for seasonal kisses.
Iraq: We visit an oasis of calm FRI, 21 MAR 2008 12:50
This is the Iraq free of sectarian violence, slaughter and kidnappings, where every day new homes and facilities are being built; where women are treated as equals and Westerners are welcomed with open arms and a smile – not bullets.
Mr Smith goes to Kurdistan? THU, 7 FEB 2008 12:27
Governed by the Kurdistan Regional Government, Iraqi Kurdistan boasts women cabinet members; Shia and Sunni religious leaders who support the separation of church and state; a growing public health system; free universities, to which better off Iraqi Arabs, Shia and Sunni send their children; and vast oil reserves which will be competently managed and exploited for the benefit of all.
Kurdish resort an oasis of peace in Iraq FRI, 1 JUN 2007 12:06
Rawanduz, Iraq - If the sight of jagged peaks towering above red-roofed chalets fails to conjure up the Swiss Alps, the screams of children riding the imported alpine toboggan make the comparison hard to avoid.
Letter from Kurdistan: Holiday in Iraq MON, 19 MAR 2007 14:46
Over Christmas break, the author took his son to northern Iraq, which the U.S. had made a no-fly zone in 1991, ending Saddam's chemical genocide. Now reborn, Iraqi Kurdistan is a heartrending glimpse of what might have been. By Christopher Hitchens.