A year on, Syria Kurds displaced by Turkey long for home | AFP

The five-month-old baby girl of Wadha Sheikhmous has only lived in a tent because Turkish troops and their Syrian proxies captured her family’s hometown in northern Syria from Kurdish forces a year ago. She was a born in a dusty camp crowded with Kurdish civilians who fled their towns and villages when Ankara’s October 2019 offensive seized a 120-kilometre (70-mile) long strip of land on the Syrian side of its southern border.

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