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Raqqa displaced: ‘We don’t know where to go’

The battle for Raqqa – the ‘capital’ of so-called Islamic State in Syria – is intensifying, and it has been brutal for the civilians living in the area.

The UN says at least 173 people were killed in June, warning the actual figure could be far higher.

Produced by: Nader Ibrahim, Dina Demrdash

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