A suicide bombing blamed on the Islamic State killed at least 31 students at a Kurdish youth center in the Turkish town of Suruc. The attack touched off increased violence between the Turkish government and the Kurdish Workers Party, or PKK, ending a three-year cease-fire and hobbling U.S. efforts in Syria.
A suicide bombing blamed on the Islamic State killed at least 31 students at a Kurdish youth center in the Turkish town of Suruc. The attack touched off increased violence between the Turkish government and the Kurdish Workers Party, or PKK, ending a three-year cease-fire and hobbling U.S. efforts in Syria. Mitchell Prothero McClatchy
A suicide bombing blamed on the Islamic State killed at least 31 students at a Kurdish youth center in the Turkish town of Suruc. The attack touched off increased violence between the Turkish government and the Kurdish Workers Party, or PKK, ending a three-year cease-fire and hobbling U.S. efforts in Syria. Mitchell Prothero McClatchy

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September 23, 2015 6:05 PM

Syrian Kurd offensive against Islamic State has stalled

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