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Midnight market abuzz in Syria’s divided Hasakeh

HASAKEH  – Khaled beams at two late-night customers entering his sweet shop in Syria’s Hasakeh. For the first time in years, the market is open past dusk ahead of the Eid al-Fitr feast. For some, the resurgent holiday spirit is a sign that the tensions between the Syrian army and Kurdish forces that ruined the festive occasion in previous years are being worked out. “In the past, we didn’t have anything close to what you’d call a nighttime souk,” says Khaled, standing behind a counter overflowing with brigh

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