Middle East

Despite Political Divides, Syria's Kurds Want Autonomyi
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Scott Bobb
November 13, 2012 4:04 PM
Afrin is an old city of some 80,000 inhabitants nestled in the hills of northwestern Syria. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA that instead of showing the Syrian national flag, checkpoints in and around the city fly the yellow, red and green flag of Syria's Kurds.

Despite Political Divides, Syria's Kurds Want Autonomy

Scott Bobb

Published November 13, 2012

Afrin is an old city of some 80,000 inhabitants nestled in the hills of northwestern Syria. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA that instead of showing the Syrian national flag, checkpoints in and around the city fly the yellow, red and green flag of Syria's Kurds.


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