Kurdish refugees have mixed feelings about Syria

In this Friday, Feb. 15, 2013 photo, Syrian Kurdish refugees makes traditional bread in a tent in the Dumiz refugee camp in northern Iraq. Syrian Kurds who fled their country's civil war have mixed feelings about a future without Bashar Assad: They hope to win autonomy if the regime falls, but fear chaos and the rise of Islamists could instead make their lives worse. (AP Photo/Karin Laub)DOMIZ REFUGEE CAMP, Iraq (AP) — Syrian Kurds who fled their country's civil war have mixed feelings about a future without Bashar Assad: They hope to win a measure of autonomy after the fall of the regime, but fear chaos and the rise of Islamists could instead make their lives worse.


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