Indeed, denying the rights of the Kurds was a staple item in the agendas of the governments of the four countries in question, all their claims to the contrary notwithstanding.
What does RKR stand for?
RKR stands for Rights of the Kurds (est. 1994; human rights organization; Norway)
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- Raffles Knowledge Private Limited
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- Rotated Kernel Probabilistic Neural Network (computer science)
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- Rockin Kimmie Roo (blog; Internet personality)
- Roger Kraus Racing (tire retailer; California)
- Royal Knight Regiment (Onate High School band; Las Cruces, NM)
- Royal Kona Resort (Kailua-Kona, HI)
- Research in Knowledge Representation for Autonomous Systems
- Radio Knowledge Representation Language
- ROM Kernel Reference Manual
- Rossiskaia Kommunisticheskaia Rabochaia Partiia (Russian: Russian Communist Workers Party)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In other words, what went wrong comes down to Turkey long denying the basic rights of the Kurds.
Erdoy-an asked each and every deputy about local people's perceptions of the measures the AK Party government has taken to expand the rights of the Kurds.
In short, Turkey needs to respect the rights of the Kurds within and outside Turkey and fulfill the EU demands of democratization.
13) The party acknowledged the rights of the Kurds and condemned the government policy of turkicization.
Turkey's official politics had never allowed Kurds to express their ideas about Kurdish identity and the cultural rights of the Kurds peacefully; anyone who dared to say anything in this field had been violently suppressed, and this created a huge political vacuum that is now filled by the PKK, and no political Kurdish movement independent from it can flourish in Turkey.
I have tried to say that if the situation continues this way, in a few years it will pose a big threat on the rights of the Kurds and the entire political process in Iraq.
I felt Erdoy-an's disappointment long ago regarding a lack of appreciation for dozens of radical steps he has taken for the restoration of rights of the Kurds, which were violated for years," says Sabah's Sevilay YE-kselir, referring to the prime minister's remarks made before an election rally in Niy-de last year.