This Week in History
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