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As Many As 100,000 Civilians Trapped In Raqqa, U.N. Says

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NPR's Rachel Martin asks the U.N.'s Matthias Behnke about civilians trapped in Raqqa, the former ISIS stronghold in Syria. The U.N. says up to 100,000 people are trapped there by anti-ISIS strikes.

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