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A of towns inhabited by religious minorities fell, notably Sinjar, where IS militants killed or captured thousands of Yazidis. Why don't they have a state?

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The Kurds - fighting alongside several local Arab militias under the banner of the Syrian Democratic Forces SDF alliance, and helped by US-led coalition air strikes, weapons and advisers - then steadily drove IS out of tens of thousands of square kilometres of territory in north-eastern Syria and established control over a large stretch of the border with Turkey.

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