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Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
Members of the Lions of the Tigris, a group of Sunni Arab fighters and part of the Hashid Shaabi take part during a military operation against Islamic State militants in Shayyalah al-Imam, Iraq November 30, 2016. The unit is part of the Popular Mobilisation Committee, or Hashid Shaabi, which was formed to take on Islamic State after the hardline Sunni group swept through northern Iraq in 2014, facing little resistance from the army. Hashid Shaabi is mostly comprised of Shi'ites but there are also Sunnis, such as the 655-strong Lions of the Tigris unit. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
  • Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
  • Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
  • Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
  • Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
  • Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
  • Sunni Tribesmen Battling Islamic State Demand Federalism in Iraq
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