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Reading the Signs from Suruc

By Sarabrynn Hudgins

July 30, 2015

After last month’s suicide bombing in Suruc, Turkey has done more in 10 days to fight ISIS than it did during the last four years. Sarabrynn

Reading the Signs from Suruc

After last month’s suicide bombing in Suruc, Turkey has done more in 10 days to fight ISIS than it did during the last four years. Sarabrynn


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