Islamic State Ousted From Iraq's Sinjar in Key Kurdish VictoryBy
Militants had held town for about a year amid atrocity claims
Offensive began with support from U.S.-led airstrikes
Kurdish Peshmerga forces drove Islamic State fighters from the center of the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar on Friday, a significant advance in a campaign to regain territory seized by the militant group.
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