La Turquie met fin au rêve des femmes kurdes

TOPSHOT - Syrians displaced from the city of Afrin arrive with their belongings in the northern Syrian town of Tal Rifaat on March 28, 2018. More than 200,000 civilians have fled the city of Afrin in northern Syria to escape a Turkish-led military offensive against a Kurdish militia, a war monitor said on March 17. Turkey and its Syrian Arab rebel allies have waged a nearly two-month offensive on the Afrin enclave, which is held by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG). / AFP PHOTO / George OURFALIAN
TOPSHOT - Syrians displaced from the city of Afrin arrive with their belongings in the northern Syrian town of Tal Rifaat on March 28, 2018. More than 200,000 civilians have fled the city of Afrin in northern Syria to escape a Turkish-led military offensive against a Kurdish militia, a war monitor said on March 17. Turkey and its Syrian Arab rebel allies have waged a nearly two-month offensive on the Afrin enclave, which is held by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG). / AFP PHOTO / George OURFALIAN ©AFP
Christophe Lamfalussy
Les femmes kurdes ont été une icône dans les combats contre Daech. elles voient avec effroi leur rêve s'effondrer...

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