UN: Battle of Raqqa claims 27 lives a day — Deputy Secretary O'Brien

UN Deputy Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Stephen O'Brien said that 27 people a day are being killed in the battle of Raqqa, speaking at the UN Security Council meeting in New York City, Wednesday. «The UN estimates that an average of 27 people are being killed in Raqqa every day, up to 25,000 civilians still remain trapped in the city and are increasingly exposed to the crossfire of... Еще the ongoing fighting,» O'Brien said. US-backed forces are said to be making advances in the Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIS/ISIL) held city under the cover of coalition airstrikes.
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