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After key battle, Syrian town of Kobane looks to the future

By France 24
28 May 2018   |   5:35 am
In 2014, the Syrian town of Kobane was the scene of a long and deadly battle involving the Islamic State group, Kurdish YPG forces and the US-led coalition.

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