"A haven for Kurdish rebels who await the Turks
PKK fighters train in Iraq's northern mountains, sheltered by the terrain and by villagers who hail them as champions of their rights. By Asso Ahmed, Special to The Times October 28, 2007 MARDU, IRAQ -- It is a land of resistance, the mountain peaks and winding valleys where Iraq's Kurds battled Saddam Hussein for decades. Now another generation of guerrillas is bunkered down waving the flag of Kurdish nationalism in the Qandil mountains, this time in a fight against Turkey."
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