Mass exodus of Syrian Kurds into Turkey…

MAIN FOCUS: IS causes mass exodus into Turkey | 22/09/2014

Around 100,000 Syrian Kurds fled over the border into Turkey on the weekend to escape fighting between IS terrorist militias and Kurdish troops, according to UN sources. At the same time 49 Turkish hostages who had been held by the IS in Iraq were set free. That should put an end to Ankara’s hesitancy in supporting the anti-IS coalition, commentators write, but warn of the risks of intervening in Turkey’s neighbouring countries.


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