Firat News Agency

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Firat News Agency
Firat News Agency.jpg
Founded 2005[1]
Language Turkish, Kurdish, English, Arabic, German, Spanish, Russian and Persian [2]
Headquarters Amsterdam, Netherlands
Website http://anfenglish.com

Firat News Agency, (Kurdish: Ajansa Nûçeyan a Firatê - ANF‎, Turkish: Fırat Haber Ajansı), is a Kurdish news agency[3] that gathers and broadcast news from the Middle-East. Firat News Agency offices are based in Amsterdam. Access to its websites from Turkey has been repeatedly blocked by Turkish courts.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Firat News Agency, 6 October 2011, Firat News Agency banned in Turkey
  2. ^ Firat News Agency, en.firatajans.com
  3. ^ CNN, 25 April 2013, Kurdish rebels to start withdrawing from Turkey in May

External links[edit]

  • Official website (in Kurdish) (in Turkish) (in English) (in Arabic) (in Persian) (in German) (in Spanish) (in Russian)