The killings of Kurdish prisoners by Arab rebels raised the specter of wider sectarian warfare as fighting in northwestern Syria escalates.
Ben HubbardFour days into Turkey's Syria incursion, Arab rebels killed two Kurdish prisoners, one shot with his arms tied behind his back.
@realDonaldTrump may have unleashed dangerous sectarian forces by pulling American troops out of the way. With @KaramShoumali
Saudi women hailed the new rights as a major step in a long-term social evolution. But they called on the kingdom to allow women to marry, live on their own and exit state facilities like prison without consent from their guardians.
The Islamic State lost control of eastern Syria, but a visit there found cities in shambles, an uncertain future and ISIS still carrying out deadly attacks.
Ben HubbardWhat remains after the caliphate in Syria?
@ivorprickett and I found:
_ communities in rubble
_ an uncertain political future
_ American allies digging tunnels to battle other American allies
_ mass confusion about U.S. policy
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