This Week in His­tory

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June 17, 1980

-Ira­nian Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Party opened a ra­dio chan­nel in Sar­dasht city in June 17, 1980. Ev­ery day trans­mit­ted the pro­grams for eight hours.

June 18, 1947

-The Kur­dish na­tional leader the pres­i­dent of Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Party, Mustafa Barzani left Kur­dis­tan to Soviet Union af­ter cross­ing Aras River in June 18, 1947.

June 19, 1947

- Four Kur­dish of­fi­cers were hanged in Bag­dad in June 19, 1947. The of­fi­cers in­cluded: Mustafa Khosh­naw, Ez­zat Ab­dulaziz, Khayraddin Ab­dulka­rim, and Mo­hammed Mah­mud Qudsi.

June 20, 2007

-On June 20, 2007– The Iraqi fa­mous poet Nazik Al-malaeka, passed away in the Egyp­tian cap­i­tal city of Cairo.

June 21, 1929

- The fa­mous Egyp­tian singer, Ab­dul­haleem Hafiz was born in June 21, 1929.

- On June 21, 2011, The Gen­eral As­sem­bly re­elected the U.N. Sec­re­tary Gen­eral, Ban Ki-moon, by con­sen­sus to a sec­ond five-year term.

June 22, 1973

-On June 22, 1973, Canada dis­solved the en­force­ment of Ex­e­cu­tion Pun­ish­ment.

-Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Youths Union held its sev­enth con­fer­ence at the Er­bil’s Saad Ab­dulla con­fer­ence Hall in June 22, 2009. June 23, 1939 On June 23, 1939, Turk­ish Army forces oc­cu­pied the Syr­ian city of Askan­darona

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