A man in Raqqa, Syria, walks by a list of names of those killed in Raqqa in Syria's two-year-old rebellion. Raqqa was taken by rebels in early March, and to date, local leaders say they have documented more than 2,300 deaths here.
A man in Raqqa, Syria, walks by a list of names of those killed in Raqqa in Syria's two-year-old rebellion. Raqqa was taken by rebels in early March, and to date, local leaders say they have documented more than 2,300 deaths here. MCT
A man in Raqqa, Syria, walks by a list of names of those killed in Raqqa in Syria's two-year-old rebellion. Raqqa was taken by rebels in early March, and to date, local leaders say they have documented more than 2,300 deaths here. MCT

In Raqqa, largest city held by Syrian rebels, Islamists provide electricity, bread, and order

March 24, 2013 01:06 PM

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