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  2. Kurds - Wikipedia

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    Kurdish (Kurdish: Kurdî or کوردی) is a collection of related dialects spoken by the Kurds. It is mainly spoken in those parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey which comprise Kurdistan.

  3. Who are the Kurds? - BBC News

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    Kurds make up the Middle East's fourth-largest ethnic group, but they have never obtained statehood.

  4. Kurdish People Fast Facts - CNN

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    Check out CNN's Fast Facts for information about the Kurdish people.

  5. Kurdish | About World Languages

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    Kurdish (Kurdi, Курди) belongs to the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. It is believed that the first Indo-European-speaking people began to move into what is present-day Kurdistan about 4,000 years ago.

  6. Kurdish languages - Wikipedia

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    Kurdish (Kurdî, کوردی ‬; pronounced ) is a continuum of Northwestern Iranian languages spoken by the Kurds in Western Asia.Kurdish forms three dialect groups known as Northern Kurdish (Kurmanji), Central Kurdish (Sorani), and Southern Kurdish (Palewani).

  7. Kurd: Kurd, member of an ethnic group concentrated in eastern Turkey, northern Syria, western Iraq, and western Iran.

  8. Kurdish | Define Kurdish at Dictionary.com

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    Kurdish definition, of or relating to the Kurds or their language. See more.

  9. Kurdish is an Indo-Iranian language spoken in Iraq, Turkey, Iran, Syria, and a number of other countries, by about 20-30 million people.

  10. Who Are the Kurds? - Fondation Institut kurde de Paris

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    Who Are the Kurds?, A BRIEF SURVEY OF THE HISTORY OF THE KURDS

  11. Kurds | World | The Guardian

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    Pop’s never been short of groups claiming to be rebels, but Grup Yorum are the real thing. Eleven members are currently in jail, thanks to their uncompromising – and hugely popular – protest songs

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