An agreement between the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria and local tribes has paved the way for hundreds of family members of ISIS fighters to undergo rehabilitation and societal reintegration.
An agreement between Syria, Uzbekistan and the Autonomous Administration sees dozens of Uzbek ISIS fighters' family members return to Uzbekistan, in what is the largest mass deportation since the liberation of Baghuz in March 2018.
On Sunday 30th of September, the Kurdish autonomous region held an election. Voters chose from more than 700 candidates to win 111 seats in Kurdistan’s Parliament, a year after a failed independence referendum to separate from Iraq.
A schism has developed between the Kurdish authorities in the Syrian northeast and the Syriac Christians, after the latter shut down over a dozen schools run by the Kurds. The schism reflects broader fissure between those supporting formal state institutions and those defending parallel bodies developed by the Kurds.