Middle East

U.N. warns Manbij battle could uproot more than 200,000 Syrians

Syrian Kurds march during the funeral of fighters, who died during an assault launched by Arab and Kurdish forces against ISIS fighters in the town of Manbij, in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane on June 4, 2016. Arab and Kurdish fighters backed by Washington have launched an assault on the strategic Manbij pocket further up the Euphrates on the Turkish border, regarded as a key entry point for foreign jihadists. The Syrian Democratic Forces's offensive against the Manbij pocket is aimed at sei

 

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