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Syria: Saving the Past to Build the FutureARTE Reportage

19/03/2021

Raqqa, capital of the self-proclaimed "caliphate" of ISIS jihadists was one of the first large towns to fall into their hands in 2014. Three years later, supported by an international coalition, the Arab-Kurdish force succeeded in driving them out of the territory. But the city is almost destroyed, including its museum.


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