Nov 12, 2015

Amid Offensive, Iraqi Kurds Cut Islamic State Supply Line - ABC News

Supported by U.S.-led airstrikes, Kurdish Iraqi troops on Thursday seized part of a highway that is used as a vital supply line by the Islamic State group, a key initial step in a major offensive to retake the strategic town of Sinjar from the militants. The town was overrun by the...

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