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‘The monster can come again’: Revisiting the horrors of Raqqa under IS group

By France24
09 November 2022   |   3:23 pm
In 2014 the peaceful city of Raqqa in northern Syria was proclaimed the capital of the Islamic State group's so-called caliphate. For nearly four years, residents there lived under a reign of terror. A new book out in French brings their stories to the world.

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