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Even With Hometown Liberated, Yazidi Refugees Fear Return

Although the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar has been liberated from Islamic State forces, it's not clear whether Yazidi residents, members of a religious and ethnic minority who fled from the militants, will now return home. On a recent day when buses pulled alongside a camp in  Diyarbakir, Turkey, that has been home to many Yazidi refugees, some residents said goodbye to their relatives and prepared to board. But Sinjar wasn't their destination. Fear still keeps them from...

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