Kurds in Leicester are concerned about the fighting back in their homeland
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Iraqi Kurds in Leicester 'fear for families'

Kurdish refugees in Leicester say they are terrified for their families back home.

Thousands of Kurds have moved from Iraq to live in the East Midlands, after escaping from Saddam Hussein's regime.

But fighting has broken out as jihadist militants try to seize control in parts of the country.

BBC correspondent Jeremy Ball reports about their latest fears.

  • 13 Aug 2014