Haider Kadhim, center, is managing a refugee center in Baghdad for Iraqi Turkmen who've been displaced from their homes by Islamic State militants. The refugees says their homes were burned and destroyed in fighting between militants and Kurdish peshmerga in June. (Adam Ashton/McClatchy)
Haider Kadhim, center, is managing a refugee center in Baghdad for Iraqi Turkmen who've been displaced from their homes by Islamic State militants. The refugees says their homes were burned and destroyed in fighting between militants and Kurdish peshmerga in June. (Adam Ashton/McClatchy) McClatchy
Haider Kadhim, center, is managing a refugee center in Baghdad for Iraqi Turkmen who've been displaced from their homes by Islamic State militants. The refugees says their homes were burned and destroyed in fighting between militants and Kurdish peshmerga in June. (Adam Ashton/McClatchy) McClatchy

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