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Germany considers the PKK to be a terrorist organization. This goes back to some violence in 1993. At the same time, some Kurdish activists are organized in the "Democratic Kurdish Civic Center Germany," which is officially not part of the PKK. Their rallies must not show PKK insignia, since the PKK is banned as terrorists, or their activists may be ...


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The US State Department actually keeps a list, although to make the list an organization has to not only be terrorist in nature, but has to threaten US citizens or interests (so theoretically, WWII partisans in enemy occupied territory would not make this list). As far as Kurdish groups go, it looks like the PKK (based in Turkey) is on the list, as is AQKB (...


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The law in question is the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019, which amongst a number of other things made changes to the Terrorism Act 2000 bringing into force a criminal offence for travelling to or failing to leave particular areas of the world. The pertinent parts of the Terrorism Act 200 are: Entering or remaining in designated areas ...


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