“We brought our ambitions,” says Najah Raso. She and her daughter, Solin, 14, holding a Kurdish lute, were on a bus of refugees arriving from the Syrian border to a camp in the Kurdistan region of Iraq this week. More than 2,000 people arrived in Iraq over a six-day period, fleeing Turkey’s assault on northeastern Syria.

“We brought our ambitions,” says Najah Raso. She and her daughter, Solin, 14, holding a Kurdish lute, were on a bus of refugees arriving from the Syrian border to a camp in the Kurdistan region of Iraq this week. More than 2,000 people arrived in Iraq over a six-day period, fleeing Turkey’s assault on northeastern Syria.