Iranian Kurdish Rebels Agree to Cease-Fire, Refugees Remain Wary

Kurdish refugees in their camp in northern Iraq. Image by David Enders. Iraq, 2011.

For the first time since they took up arms, guerrillas from the Party for Free Life in Kurdistan, also known as PJAK, have reached a mutual cease-fire with the Iranian government. But after years of conflict, civilians are still living in refugee camps and skeptical the peace will last. David Enders reports from the Qandil Mountains in northern Iraq.