Islamic State crisis: Syrian Kurds to leave Turkey
Scores of Syrian Kurds who fled to Turkey to escape Islamic State militants are trying to return home.
Around 140,000 have crossed the border since Friday.
The BBC's Mark Lowen in Mursitpinar says some want to see family members who were left behind and some are returning to fight with Kurdish militia.
A third night of US-led air strikes on IS-dominated parts of Syria included oil refineries, which are a source of income for the militants.
25 Sep 2014
- From the section Middle East