Syria: Raqqa, the Aftermath, Hope is definitely Lost


Raqqa, the former “Head of the Caliphate” where Daesh established its main territorial center for settlement, is experiencing the biggest economic crisis in its history. Following the liberation of the city by Kurdish militias, Raqqa faces a new horizon in which physical violence seems to fade as the consequences of years of terror perpetrated by Daesh loom over a city ravaged by war and horror. Syria’s economic crisis is the most severe since the war began more than 10 years ago. YPJ and YPG militias defeated Daesh violence and managed to recapture and liberate a city that was gripped by…

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