KCKKansas City, Kansas
KCKKey Component Enciphering
KCKKey Certification Key
KCKKey Confirmation Key
KCKKoma Civaken Kurdistan (Norwegian: Kurdish Democratic Confederation)
KCKKohl's Cares for Kids
KCKKituo Cha Katiba (Swahili: Constitution Center; Uganda)
KCKKatolickiego Centrum Kultury (Polish: Catholic Cultural Center)
KCKKredit Candak Kulak (Indonesian credit program)
KCKKilkenny College, Kilkenny (Ireland)
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KCK Group has committed over USD 50m in capital to the enterprise to bring electrified mobility battery systems to new emerging transportation, industrial and commercial markets.
Under the terms of the financing agreement, KCK Group's managers Nael Kassar, Greg Garfield and Mike Favet are joining Earlens' board of directors, along with chairman Tom Prescott, Hank Plain of Lightstone Ventures, founder and chief medical officer Rodney Perkins, MD, and president and CEO Bill Facteau.
KCK Co-chair Bese Hozat said on May 5 that the PKK did not have any plan to convene the congress for the call for disarmament, accusing the government of failing to implement the steps determined during the Dolmabahce talks.
Organised by the Rajasthan Patrika group of newspapers in memory of their late founder and editor Karpoor Chand Kulish, the KCK award is aimed at recognising the outstanding contributions of journalists and team spirit in the media.
In any case, the AKP Government's approach to interlocutors reflects the Government acceptance of Ocalan and the Kurdish movement--including the KCK and the BDP--as a main actor in Kurdish dynamics and in turn in Turkey.
He said the operation was one of the biggest carried out to crack down on the drug trafficking in the towns of Lice, Hazro and Kocakoy in Diyarbakir, where the PKK and KCK grow cannabis, adding that additional operations were conducted in three other villages in Diyarbakir.
Officials, who were summoned within the scope of KCK probe as suspects, includeMIT undersecretary Hakan Fidan, his predecessor, Emre Taner, MIT deputy undersecretary Afet Gunes, and two MIT officials, Yasar Yildirim and Huseyin Kuzuoglu.
The Kurdistan Workers Party (KK) is listed as a terrorist organization internationally by a number of states and organizations, including the United States, NATO and the EU, and is also a member of KCK.
In 2012 Fidan was called in for questioning in connection with an investigation into the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK), an umbrella organization that includes the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
Police from the Hakkari Police Department carried out operations in several locations simultaneously early morning, said the report, adding that the detainees allegedly belong to the Kurdish Communities Union (KCK) and the pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP).
The case, which is being closely watched by the European Union that Turkey is aiming to join, is focused on an organization called the Union of Kurdistan Communities (KCK).