A mass grave containing at least 200 corpses has been discovered to the south of Raqqa across the Euphrates River.
Footage filmed on Thursday shows a team of first responders from the Raqqa Civil Council (RCC) removing remains and placing them into bags.
Initial reports said that several bodies displayed signs of ISIS execution, alongside the remains of multiple women suffering injuries which... Еще indicate they may have been stoned to death.
Search operations continue at the site, where scores — if not hundreds — more corpses may be recovered, as media reports citing the first responders.
Multiple mass graves have been unearthed around Raqqa since US-backed forces captured the territory from ISIS in October of 2017, following a months-long assault on the city.
The largest of which, housing the remains of an estimated 3,500 victims, was found in the suburb of Al-Fukheikha last February.