Fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in training at a military camp in Ras al-Ain, February 13.
(photo credit: REUTERS)
RECENTLY, I attempted to undertake a reporting trip into the Kurdish Kobani enclave in northern Syria. It would not have been my first visit to Syria or Kobani.For the first time, however, I found myself unable to enter. Instead, I spent a frustrating but, as it turns out, instructive four days waiting in the border town of Suruc in southeast Turkey before running out of time and going home.
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