Kurdish women fight for equality in Syria
MALIKIYA, Syria - Like her five sisters before her, Ahin left school to help her mother at home. Now she's training to fight.
At a remote Kurdish militia base on the grassy rolling hills near Syria's border with Iraq, the stocky 19-year-old jumps and crawls with rows of women in olive green fatigues. Their commander barks an order, and they take position and aim their Kalashnikovs.
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