The fall of Raqqa: hunting the last jihadists in Isis's capital of cruelty

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The terror group used the Syrian city to showcase its savagery. Now a sense of vengeance is galvanising the final fightback

Abu Awad, a stalwart fighter for Islamic State, was unsettled. His battered men, sheltering in the rubble of bombed-out buildings, were running low on supplies and they were losing patience – and discipline.

“Abu Osama,” he said on a radio frequency that his pursuers were monitoring two streets away, from the other side of the frontline of the battle for Raqqa. “We don’t have water for ablutions, and we don’t have enough medicine to treat our injured.”

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