Ar-Raqqah has been mentioned more than a thousand times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Feedburner' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Ar-Raqqah had the highest popularity figure in November, 2016.
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[...] life vest, its eyes taken by fish or the birds above us. After that, Aleppo went up in smoke, and Raqqa came under a rain of leaflets warning everyone to go. Leave, yes, but go where? We lived through [...]
[...] .... Syria War News Updates -- March 10, 2017 Syrian force says it has enough fighters to take Raqqa from Islamic State -- Reuters Backed by US troops, SDF confident can capture IS ‘capital’ -- AP [...]
[...] to Syria to support an allied local force aiming to capture the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa. Defence officials said they would establish an outpost from which they could fire artillery at IS [...]
[...] in Iraq—most of them along the middle Euphrates River Valley—and a few towns in Syria such as Raqqa and Deir Ezzor, Islamic State fighters have few options for places to go. One option remains the [...]
[...] the Azrael Initiative. After several months of hard training, the two women are dropped into Al-Raqqah, the capital of ISIS, in Syria. Once there, they must blend in with the locals as they strike [...]
[...] Arab and Kurdish fighters in northern Syria in the runup to the assault on the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, and the Russians have shown themselves to be indifferent over who, or what, they strike with [...]
[...] . I’m here to visit Hussein and Suaad, the parents of the Ahmad clan, who are originally from Raqqa, Syria. Since I met one of their sons in 2015, I’ve been tracking down every member of their [...]
[...] lines, the YPG and a smaller group of Syrian Arab fighters are now within a few dozen miles of Raqqa, where they are awaiting a final White House decision. The Obama approach has been vehemently [...]
[...] , though certainly not the “mess” the president claims. We never figured out a way to re-take Raqqa, for example, without arming and equipping the Kurdish militias so toxic to our NATO allies in [...]