The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs has translated several factsheets on the coronavirus in many languages, including the Kurdish Kurmanji dialect. So far, the government information is only provided in the Kurmanji dialect, the most widely spoken Kurdish dialect in all four parts of the Greater Kurdistan in Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Syria, respectively. […]
The “Voice of Kurdistan” website, which will share news and information in Kurdish, Turkish, English, Persian and Arabic languages, has started its publication life. “Voice of Kurdistan” Kurdistan, Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria will broadcast news in 5 different languages.