(Tamer El-Ghobashy, Joyce Lee/The Washington Post)
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The war against ISIS nearly leveled this city. Months later, crews are still digging bodies out.
The Post’s Tamer El-Ghobashy visited Raqqa, Syria, several months after U.S.-backed forces ousted Islamic State militants from their self-proclaimed capital. The city, left in ruins by the fighting, now faces the daunting task of rebuilding.
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