The U.S. coalition claims it killed 180 civilians in the final battle for Raqqa. A new report says it's much worse.
“Did the coalition do all it could’ve and should’ve done? The answer is plainly no.”
“This is going to be an ISIS propaganda video in next few weeks, basically with them declaring victory.”
These two Brooklyn roommates decided to join an eccentric Kurdish militia in Syria. Now, they're back.
More than 200 women and children moved to the Islamic State. Only half of them returned.
Raqqa civilians are trying to reclaim their lives — as well as the landmarks where ISIS horrors took place. Like the Black Stadium.
Isobel Yeung reports from Raqqa on life after ISIS was pushed out of its former capital.
“Raqqa paid the price for the entire world.”
"You didn’t shut her up, and you didn’t shut my city up, but she’s [here] singing 'Bang Bang'."
Most ex-residents are pleased at the expulsion of the Islamic State from their former home, but can't help fearing for the future under outside forces.
Fighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces raised a flag inside the city's stadium Tuesday, which finally ended the grueling four-month battle.