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Jalawlah, Iraq

Mahmud Sangawi

These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014.

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Some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi. These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi (funny hat and glasses). These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Pictured are some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi (funny hat and glasses). These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Pictured are some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi (funny hat and glasses). These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Pictured are some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmoud Sangawy (funny hat and glasses) on the right. These pictures of Sangawy and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawla, now held by IS. Kobashi is now in the hands of the Peshmerga and the place where the Brits were captured is now their frontline - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Peshmerga Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi talks to his men at the spot where British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Pictured are some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi (with binoculars). These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Some of the Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi (with binoculars). These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Basic camp facilities for the Peshmerga on the front line against Daesh near Jalawlah in Eastern Kurdistan - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Some of the triumphant Peshmerga forces that captured the British jihadists with their leader, Field Marshall Mahmud Sangawi. These pictures of Sangawi and his men were taken at the spot where the British jihadists are said to have been captured during the battle of Kobashi in late July 2014. This is a strategic crossroads near the town of Jalawlah, now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Pictured are some of the Peshmerga forces near Jalawlah in Eastern Kurdistan - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Pictured are some of the Peshmerga forces near Jalawlah in Eastern Kurdistan - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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Miles and miles of nothing. An erie silence by crossroads near the town of Jalawlah in eastern Kurdistan now held by Daesh - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 3.10.14
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