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Syria's Kurds Find Strategy Against Jihadist Bombings Elusive

In the past few weeks, Kurdish militias have cleared a growing number of towns in northeast Syria of al-Qaida-affiliated groups. But now they are trying to combat a jihadist bombing campaign. Kurds in Qamishli, the biggest town in Syria’s Kurdish-dominated northeast, are relieved to have been liberated from a months-long jihadist reign of terror consisting of kidnappings for ransom and slayings. Sitting with neighbors outside a shop in the downtown Souk district of Qamishli,...

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