Syrian Kurdistan rising

The Kurdish PYD party has established a tightly controlled, defensible administration across northeast Syria, but with oil in the mix they may well have to fight for it

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March 20, 2013 13:20
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Syrian Kurdistan. (photo credit: Jonathan Spyer)

 
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