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Yemeni Neighborhood Severely Damaged ...
Faj Attan
By assamawy
20 Apr 2015

Shattered glass covers the floor in this house near the military in Faj Attan outside Sanaa.

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Yemeni Neighborhood Severely Damaged ...
Faj Attan
By assamawy
20 Apr 2015

The precinct surrounding this football stadium was nearly totally destroyed in the airstrikes that targeted the nearby Faj Attan military base. One of the workers at the stadium was injured.

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Yemeni Neighborhood Severely Damaged ...
Faj Attan
By assamawy
20 Apr 2015

A football stadium was damaged in airstrikes that targeted the nearby base of Faj Attan outside Sanaa.

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Yemeni Neighborhood Severely Damaged ...
Faj Attan
By assamawy
20 Apr 2015

This family had to leave their home and look for another shelter following the airstrikes that targeted the nearby base in Faj Attan outside Sanaa. Most civilian homes in the vicinity of the base were severely damaged by the airstrikes.

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Warplanes Drop What Appear To Be Clus...
Saada
By Dhaifallah Homran
17 Apr 2015

Video shows what appear to be cluster munitions being dropped on the area of Sahar in the northern Yemeni province of Saada, a stronghold of the Houthis. The target of the bombing is unknown.

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ISIS Bombing in Baghdad
Baghdad
By Stevennabil
14 Apr 2015

ISIS bombing which targeted Al Mashtal street in Baghdad on April 15, 2015.

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Anti Aircraft Guns Fired at Night Rai...
Sanaa Airport
By assamawy
29 Mar 2015

Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on Sanaa Airport on the night of March 29, 2015. In response anti aircraft weapons with red tracers, were fired at the aircraft from the ground.

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Aftermath of Night Raids on Houthi St...
Saada
By Dhaifallah Homran
27 Mar 2015

Night shots from the Yemeni city of al-Buqa in the northern province of Saada show the aftermath of an airstrike. The footage features rescue workers searching the rubble of destroyed buildings. Later it shows a victim of the airstrike being carried away via ambulance.

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Inside Look: Peshmerga Advance on ISI...
Kirkuk
By mushtaq mohammed
16 Mar 2015

Kirkuk, Iraq
March 16, 2015

A Kurdish Peshmerga force of dozens of fighters, armored vehicles and tanks advanced on ISIS positions near the town Dakouk in the oil-rich province of Kirkuk in northern Iraq.

This video, shot by a fighter who took part in the operation, features Kurdish fighters taking control of a military position where an ISIS flag had been hoisted.

Kurdish tanks can be seen bombing ISIS positions, believed to be only about a few hundred meters away. Video also features Kurdish fighters neutralizing what appear to be improvised explosive devices placed on the side of the road, while an armored vehicle convoy advances slowly in a rural area.

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Life Underground: Syrians Seek Surviv...
Hama
By TTM Contributor 9
11 Mar 2015

Hama, Syria
March 11, 2015

Rebels and civilians in the Latamina area of northern Syria have taken to digging mountain shelters in order to protect themselves from government forces. A rebel battalion called Tajmmu al-Izza (Pride Gathering), aligned to the Free Syrian Army and operative in rural parts of Idlib and Hama provinces, is doing the bulk of the digging.

The ensuing network of artificial caves provides a base for combatants, as well as a shelter for the dwindling numbers of civilians who have not fled the area. These caves also house a field hospital and pharmacy with 30 meter walls and continue to serve civilians and fighters alike. On the other hand, any makeshift medical centers built above ground were routinely bombed by Assad forces, according to an interviewed rebel spokesman.

This video shows detailed scenes of workers digging one of these makeshift caves with only simple tools, a task that usually takes about 12-15 days to be completed. Footage also includes interviews with the spokesman and the head of Tajmmu al-Izza.

SHOTLIST AND TRANSCRIPT

Wide of rebel vehicles outside cave
Wide of entry point to caves guarded by rebels

Wide of workers digging
Wide of worker taking debris out using wheel barrow
Various of workers drilling rocks
Various of workers taking debris out using wheel barrow
Various of workers building protection wall to shield cave entrance from bomb shrapnel

Wide of makeshift pharmacy
Wide of nurse working in pharmacy
Wide of entrance and emergency room in makeshift medical center
Various of nurse handling medication
Various of medical workers setting up operation room
Close-up of nurse preparing injection

Various of medical worker setting up operation room
Interview with Ubada al-Hamwi, rebel spokesperson
Various/ cutaways of Ubada al-Hamwi
Various of makeshift medical center and other caves
Various of rebel fighters inside caves

Medium of batteries used to provide lighting
Various of rebels in an office inside a cave Various/ Cutaways of Major Jamil al-Saleh, head of Tajmmu al-Izza Rebel Group
Interview with Major Jamil al-Saleh, head of Tajmmu al-Izza Rebel Group
Various/ Cutaways of Major Jamil al-Saleh, head of Tajmmu al-Izza Rebel Group

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Ubada al-Hamwi, rebel spokesperson
05:26 – 07:22

“The hospital was built underground in a rocky cliff. The rocks above it are about 30 meters high. This was done because of the bombing carried out by the regime, using explosive barrels and rockets. There was a need for an underground hospital to be built in order to protect medical staff, as well civilians and [fighters] who are being treated from injuries. The hospital has been established about 11 months ago. Most of the cases involve civilians injured in bombings. They could be injured by bomb shrapnel or suffer amputation. [The hospital provides] first aid to civilians. Fighters are usually treated from gunshots; undergo chest catheterization; and have shrapnel removed from their bodies as a result of mortar bombing. They also undergo surgery, which includes cutting the abdomen.
We needed a building that could protect doctors and medical workers, as well as the injured receiving treatment. An injured person feels more comfortable in a safe location.
Before we came up with this idea, we had an ordinary building that was repeatedly hit. We came up with this idea to provide the injured with safe and healthy conditions.
Digging was carried out using simple tools, such as drill compressors. The human effort involved was very large.”

07:02 – 07:22
“I am 23 years old. I studied Physics – I was in my second year at Tishreen University in Lattakia. I left university and joined the revolution since the outbreak of the early demonstrations.”

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Major Jamil al-Saleh, head of Tajmmu al-Izza Rebel Group

08:58 - 13:01
"We resorted to building underground shelters and caves to protect ourselves from the barbaric air and artillery bombing carried out by the regime. We went to the mountains because the altitudes above the caves are quite high. Caves have at least 20 or 30 meters of altitude above them. This provides more protection for our men and equipment. Hence, we have become able to last longer under air and artillery bombing carried out by the regime, thanks be to God. This gives us more strength, thanks to the thickness of the walls, which we can achieve by digging into hills.
The digging process… we are able to provide health services as well as electricity and water, but we face difficulty in providing these services. The means that we, rebels, have are limited. We do not have digging machinery. We are using simple tools. We do not have good means to provide fortification. We rely on manual labor. Our men are making a big effort.
We are accelerating our work, theerfore it takes about 12-15 days to finish a cave. By the end of this time caves would be ready for our men to use them. About 12-15 days, depending on the area of the cave.
Aircraft bomb field hospitals the moment they are discovered, whether these hospitals are used by fighters or locals civilians. This is done to exert pressure on the rebels' popular support base. We had to build hospitals in protected areas the same way we built headquarters.

"Thanks be to God, medical staff are able to carry out their work under bombing because of these hospitals. They serve the civilians – this is something that we care much about. We are also protecting medical staff because we need them in the current war circumstances.
The number of caves is very large. Civilians as well as rebels have resorted to caves. Caves are everywhere because they protect us. It is difficult to remain in the northern part of Hama province without these caves.
We, as fighters, are able to follow up on our work thanks to God and these caves.
Civilians have to stay inside these caves to be able to live. They are not happy with this, but many people have no other alternative. They cannot leave the area. You saw the weather conditions that we experienced this year. There was a lot of rainfall and it was very cold. People suffered a lot.

Power is provided by generators and water is extracted from wells. The regime has stopped providing services, such as diesel and electricity. It is not only rebels; civilians suffer from this as well. There is no flour or bread. All of this is provided by aid organizations from Turkey because the regime has stopped offering these services two years ago.”

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Desperate Living Conditions in Rebel-...
Jobar
By abdalmanamissa
26 Feb 2015

Jobar, Syria
February 26, 2015

The Damascus suburb of Jobar has been transformed into a devastated ghost town after more than more than two years of heavy battles between government and opposition fighters have failed to bring decisive victory to either side.

The very few civilians who remain in the neighborhood gather broken doors and furniture from wrecked homes to provide firewood.

SHOTLIST AND TRANSCRIPT

R-L pan of destroyed building
Traveling of road
Traveling of tunnel
Traveling of three children amid destruction
Various traveling of streets
Various of man chipping wood
Various/ traveling of roads
Wide of two women walking amide destroyed buildings
Various/ traveling of roads
Wide of destroyed building
Wide/ zoom in of two children carrying wood
Various of men sitting around a fire
Wide of fighters
Close-up of axe chopping wood
Wide/ zoom out of men carrying large bags

04:00 – 04:47

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Abu Ahmed, a fighter in Jobar Neighborhood

“As you can see, there are no civilians. There is no firewood nor any other means of heating. There is no electricity or diesel. All of this disappeared a long time ago. [NAT Sound: Heavy gunshot]. People come under shelling and shooting as they gather firewood. They take wood from wrecked houses and cut down trees – anything that can be used to provide heating because there is no diesel. People of all ages are doing what it takes to manage. They come all the way from over there. God, not us, is protecting them. They gather some firewood and then leave. The situation is extremely tragic. It is more difficult for civilians than it is for us.“

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed fighter in Jobar Neighborhood
04:48 – 05:36

“As you can see, dear brother, the situation is deplorable. People suffer from the lack of fuel and other basic necessities needed for heating and cooking. People are using wood from homes, which, as you can see, have been bombed, especially in Jobar. There are many destroyed homes. In general, Jobar has entirely been destroyed. People use any available wood from doors, window shutters and furniture. Everything is ruined and people go out to gather wood to provide heating for their children and prepare food. People undergo a lot of risk while doing this, under shelling from rockets and from warplanes.”

Wide of smoke rising as a result of bombing

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Ukraine: Bomb Attack Kills Three at K...
Kharkiv, Ukraine
By Andrey Samerkhanov
22 Feb 2015

A bomb blast (captured in this video) kills three people during commemoration rally for fallen Ukrainian soldiers in Kharkiv, Ukraine on Feb 22 2015 around 13:14. More then 10 people were injured in the attack.

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Ukraine: Lviv Residents Revive Soviet...
Lviv, Ukraine
By Yura_Melko
19 Feb 2015

A group of Lviv locals have volunteered to clean up bomb-shelters that they hope could save lives in case the conflict reaches the west of Ukraine. Everyone stresses that they would never have believed that they'd be involved in such activities a year ago. None of them thought a war would come to Ukraine. This isn't the first shelter the volunteers have cleaned and restored, and restoring the rest of the region's bomb shelters is a daunting task. The Lviv region alone has over 160 shelters, most of them abandoned by the state since the break-up of the USSR. Although they are fully functional, most of the shelters have become cesspits full of rubbish and dirt. Besides cleaning up the underground concrete rooms, the volunteers have set up electricity and illumination to make the shelters more livable in case they should need to be used.

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Egyptian Airstrikes on Derna Claim th...
Derna
By MENA Desk
16 Feb 2015

February 16, 2015
Derna, Libya

At least seven civilians including three children were killed on February 16, 2015, when Egyptian jets bombed suspected ISIS affiliates in the eastern Libyan city of Derna, Amnesty International said, citing eyewitnesses.

The video shows the airstrikes hitting Eastern Shiha, a suburb of Derna, and medics attempting to resuscitate children wounded in the airstrikes without success. It also shows civilians walking amongst the rubble of the damaged buildings.

The Egyptian airstrikes on Libyan soil are a retaliation to an ISIS video showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Copts in Libya.

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Ukraine Conflict: Kramatorsk Shelling
Kramatorsk, Ukraine
By Maria Zaviialova
10 Feb 2015

An ATO forward operating post was shelled near the town of Kramatorsk, causing casualties and damage to vehicles and roads.

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Civilians Killed in Kramatorsk Shelling
Kramatorsk, Ukraine
By Maria Zaviialova
10 Feb 2015

Kramatorsk was the scene of heavy shelling and rocket attacks, according to Ukrainian President Poroshenko from pro-Russian rebels, on February 10. The shelling killed twelve civilians and wounded more than 30.

Just days ahead of peace talks scheduled to take place in Minsk, pro-Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces saw another round of heavy clashes. Both sides claim to have made gains during the battles.

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Rough Cut: Peshmerga Recruit Bakhtiar...
kirkuk front lines outskirts of Mula Abdul
By Jeffry Ruigendijk
27 Jan 2015

A day after going through coalition training and graduation, Bakhtiar goes to the frontlines to fight in the battle for Kirkuk. We follow him and get a closer look into his life as a Peshmerga soldier recently trained by Coalition advisors.

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Aftermath of Airstrikes Against an Is...
Zuwarah, Libya
By hamzaturkia
15 Dec 2014

The aftermath of airstrikes in the Libyan town of Zuwarah.

Large food supplies were destroyed and infrastructure severely damaged when missiles landed on a warehouse for food storage and a chemical factory.

At least eight people were killed and 24 others wounded, including 10 African workers.

These airstrikes were carried out on December 2 by the forces of retired General Khalifa Haftar, who are trying to recapture areas in east Libya from Islamist rebels. Another wave of airstrikes, 10
days later, targeted areas in Zuwarah’s outskirts near the border with Tunisia.

Residents also expressed their anger that General Haftar’s attacks are harming civilians.

Rebel leaders accused Egypt of providing Haftar’s forces with warplanes used in the attacks.

The recent series of airstrikes also targeted a rebel-held international airport in in the outskirts of Tripoli. The spokesman of the rebel security force that controls the airport said that the bombings
were carried out during two consecutive days. According to the spokesman, the attacks targeted the airport’s runway, causing minor injuries and damaging civilian homes near the airport.

A bloody conflict has pitted two Libyan governments against each other since August. The country is torn between militias that were once united to oust dictator Muammar Qaddafi.

Despite recent United Nations mediation to broker a peace accord, fighting between the warring factions continues to weaken this fragile country. The prosperity to which Libyans have long aspired seem to many like a far-fetched hope.

Shot list:

2 M/S of a destroyed warehouse

C/S of food bags

M/S and C/S of a burnt truck

Various shots from the hospital

Various shots from Zuwarah Square

Various shots of streets of Tripoli

Various shots of destroyed houses near Mitiga International Airport

Various shots from inside the Mitiga International Airport

SOUNDBITE

(Arabic, man) Unnamed employee

(00:30) We were working normally at the offices when were caught by surprise by missiles falling on the warehouses, killing 8 persons and wounding 14 others. These warehouses provided food supplies from Sabrata to Ras Jdair (00:54).

(Arabic, man) Issa al-Mansuri, a resident of Zuwarah

(01:39) We condemn these bombings by Haftar’s air force. They are targeting civilians and innocent foreigners who have nothing to do with [this conflict]. These airstrikes are destroying infrastructure and will not solve the problem. We want a ceasefire by any possible means, we do not want airstrikes in addition to the fighting. We have enough weapons to hold war on different front lines and they are bringing in weapons and pilots from abroad. How will they solve the problem this way? (02:05).

(Arabic, man) Mubarak al-Nayli, resident of Tripoli

(02:48) Life in Tripoli is relatively stable but certain armed groups are breaching security by bombing indiscriminately (03:01).

(03:07) This has [scared] school children and caused a fuel shortage, and we faced a shortage in electricity, too, but it is fixed now (03:18).

(Arabic, man) Unnamed resident of Tripoli

(03:46) Instead of bombing military bases, [Haftar] is targeting the homes of civilians who have nothing to do with military action (04:04).

(Arabic, man) Al-Sader al-Turki, Spokesperson of rebel security unit at Mitiga Airport

(04:48) The airstrikes carried out by the so-called Haftar’s group did not affect our morale. These warplanes do not belong to the Libyan air force; they were brought from another country (05:13).

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Education Changes Under Syrian Opposi...
Aleppo
By mohammed alhadi
30 Nov 2014

November 2014
Taqad, Aleppo Province, Syria

Students in the rebel-controlled village of Taqad to the west of Aleppo no longer have to pay tribute to the Syrian regime.
In this village with a population of 11,000, public schools follow books issued by the interim government appointed by the opposition Syrian National Coalition.
The director of one the local schools says that the new curriculum “shifted from glorifying the regime to glorifying the homeland.”
References to Bath party’s ideology or the “achievements” of Presidents Bashar al-Assad and his father the late President Hafez al-Assad were omitted from the new books, which are printed in Turkey and opposition-held areas in Syria.
Schools in this little town, however, have other pressing needs to deal with. Teachers work in overcrowded classrooms and students sometimes ditch school when they hear the sound of warplanes.

Shot list

00:00 – 00:06
A medium shot shows pages from a primary-school book coming out of the printer.

00:07 - 00:20
A medium shot shows a man binding a book.

00:21 – 00:32
Interview with ِAhmad Jumaa, principal of Qaddour al-Sayyid School (Man, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

00:33 – 00:35 A medium shot shows a man binding a book.

00:36 – 00:39
A wide shot shows graffiti that reads: “He who opens a school closes a prison – Al-Urfan Organization [an Islamic social welfare organization].”

00:40 – 00:43
A wide shot shows a young boy carrying a backpack with the UNICEF logo running across the school courtyard.

00:44 – 00:46
A close-up shot shows a school girl writing.

00:47 – 00:59
Interview with Abdel Karim Subhi, a second-grade student (Boy, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

01:00 – 01:03
A close-up shot shows the face of a young student during a mathematics lesson.

01:04 – 01:07
A wide shot shows a teacher explaining a mathematics problem to a student on the blackboard.

01:08 – 01:32
Several shots show books being printed.

01:33 – 01:30
A close-up shot shows the covers of books produced by the Syrian interim government.

01:31 – 01:46
Interview with a primary school teacher (Man, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

01:47 – 01:53
A wide shot shows a second-grade science class in session. The teacher asks: “Who can name an animal that could fly?”

01:54 – 02:02
A medium shot shows a second-grade student answering a grammar question.

02:03 – 02:07
A close-up shot shows the hands of two students writing.

02:08 – 02:20
Interview with Rama Humaida, a seventh-grade student (Girl, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

02:21 – 02:26
A wide shot shows a teacher writing on the blackboard from behind as students follow.

02:27 – 02:44
Interview with Abdullah Jumaa, a local teacher (Man, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

02:45 – 02:49
A close-up shot shows a page of a book issued by the Syrian regime that explains the history of the 1970 Corrective Movement, the coup d’état carried out by the Baath Party.

02:50 – 02:54
A close-up shot shows a page of a book issued by the Syrian regime that explains when President Bashar al-Assad came to power and praises Syria’s policies.

02:55 – 03:01
A close-up shot shows the covers of books produced by the Syrian interim government.

03:02 – 03:10
A wide shot shows a demolished school wall.

Interviews

00:21 – 00:32
Interview with Ahmad Jumaa, principal of Qaddour al-Sayyid School (Man. Arabic)

“I am the principal of Qaddour al-Sayyid School. The provisional Syrian government gave us schoolbooks. Some books were missing, though, and we had to print them locally.

00:47 – 00:59
Interview with Abdel Karim Subhi, a second-grade student (Boy, Arabic)

“I am eight years old. Whenever airplanes are flying, my siblings and I do not come. We wait for them to end their raids so we come to school.”

01:31 – 01:46
Interview with a primary school teacher (Man, Arabic)

“Despite the hard conditions we are living in and continuous airstrikes, we started the new academic year.”

02:08 – 02:20
Interview with Rama Humaida, a seventh-grade student (Girl, Arabic)

“My siblings and I come from a middle-class family, and we come to school every day to learn. My favorite subject is religion, and I wish to be a religion instructor in the future.”

02:27 – 02:44
Interview with Abdullah Jumaa, a local teacher (Man, Arabic)

“Books were amended to suit the current situation. All the content that glorifies [President] Bashar al-Assad and his were removed. The new books shifted from the glorification of the regime to the glorification of the entire homeland. Certain passages were omitted and other ones that suit the current phase were kept.

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Government Warplanes Target Raqqa Aga...
Raqqa, Syria
By TTM Contributor 20
27 Nov 2014

November 27, 2014
Raqqa, Syria

Syrian government warplanes on Thursday, November 27 waged a series of airstrikes against the northeastern city of Raqqa for a second time in less than a week, according to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights

More than seven people, five of whom were from the same family, were killed in the bombing, the Britain-based monitor group reported.

This video shows the destruction caused by the airstrikes and ambulances rushing to rescue the victims, while smoke can be seen in the background. Several excavation vehicles can be also be seen removing debris from the streets.

Two days earlier airstrikes believed to be carried out by Syrian government forces killed more than 95 people and injured dozens more.

The Syrian Minister of Foreign Affairs was quoted by the official news agency SANA as denying his government’s involvement in these attacks.

Raqqa is the self-proclaimed capital of ISIS, also known as the Islamic State.

Shot List:

00:00 – 00:04

A wide shot shows smoke rising behind residential buildings.

00:05- 00:19
Several wide shots show people running in different directions amid smoke.

00:20- 00:26
A wide shot shows people running amid the rubble of a building that was entirely destroyed.

00:27 – 00:31
A wide shot shows people running away while the siren of a vehicle can be heard.

00:32 – 00:36
A wide shot shows bulldozers removing debris from the street.

00:37 – 00:48
Two wide shots show rescue workers searching amid the rubble of a destroyed building.

00:49 – 00:57
Two medium shots show a man holding the covered body of a baby and walking amid a group of people into an ambulance.

00:58 – 01:02
A wide shot shows an ambulance speeding past a bulldozer and destroyed buildings.

01:03 – 01:09 A medium shot shows a little girl’s dress thrown on the rubble.

01:10 – 01:14
A wide shot shows a car parked in front of damaged shops; two men also appear.

01:15- 01:36
Several wide shots show a bulldozer removing debris from the street.

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Airstrikes by Assad Regime Kill More ...
Raqqa
By TTM Contributor 20
25 Nov 2014

Raqqa, Syria

November 25, 2014

Footage of Raqqa Bombings and Interviews with Local Residents

More than 95 people were killed and 120 injured in a series of airstrikes believed to be carried out by Syrian government forces against civilian neighborhoods in Raqqa on Tuesday, according to the Syrian observatory for Human Rights.

Raqqa is the self-proclaimed capital of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS. The Syrian regime has repeatedly targeted the city with airstrikes since it lost control over it in March 2013.

This video shows large-scale devastation immediately after the airstrikes. Dozens of vehicles can be seen burning in the city’s public squares, while people gather to inspect damaged buildings. The video also includes footage of paramedics removing dead bodies in the streets.

A fallen minaret can also be seen in the footage.

00:31 – 01:01
Interview with local resident (Man, Arabic)

“The infidel regime’s air force bombed us. Dozens of airstrikes were carried out against the city of Raqqa, causing huge destruction and killing dozens and wounding around 70 others. “This is the destruction that took place. There are huge holes in the ground and stores were damaged. Several places were hit, including mosques and public squares that were crowded with Muslims. “

01:25- 01:40
Interview with a member of ISIS (Man, Arabic)

“May God protect us. The Alawite air force carried out several airstrikes; there have been around 40 or 60 martyrs, we do not know. “These are the martyrs. Their families are trying to identify their bodies.”

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Life in donetsk 28
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Ivan Kalashnikov inspects his house after if was hit by artillery shelling in the Kiev district of Donetsk.

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Life in donetsk 01
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Wounded DNR soldiers watch children performing for them in a military hospital in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Life in donetsk 02
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Defense Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic Vladimir Kononov talks to press in a military hospital in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Life in donetsk 03
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

A separatist militiaman walks near the entrance to Donetsk Sergey Prokofiev International Airport in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Life in donetsk 07
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Artillery shells hit residential areas in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Life in donetsk 08
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Artillery shells hit residential areas in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Ivan Kalashnikov inspects his house after if was hit by artillery shelling on the Kiev district of Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Ivan Kalashnikov inspects his house after it was hit by artillery shelling a few hours ago in Kiev district of Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Donetsk, Ukraine, Donetsk Oblast
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Artillery shells hit residential areas in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Donetsk, Ukraine, Donetsk Oblast
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Artillery shells hit residential areas in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Donetsk, Ukraine, Donetsk Oblast
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

A separatist fighter patrols streets in a residential area of Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Life in donetsk 27
Donetsk, Ukraine, Donetsk Oblast
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Residents of Donetsk take shelter in makeshift bomb shelters in the basements of buildings.

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Life in donetsk 04
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

A separatist militiaman inspects a building after shelling by Ukrainian forces near Donetsk Sergey Prokofiev International Airport.

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Life in donetsk 05
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

A ram's skull decorates a separatist militia checkpoint at Slitna street near the entrance to Donetsk Sergey Prokofiev International Airport in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Life in donetsk 06
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Artillery shells hit residential areas in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Residents of Donetsk take shelter in makeshift bomb shelters in the basements of buildings.

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Life in donetsk 10
Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Residents of Donetsk take shelter in makeshift bomb shelters in the basements of buildings.

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Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Residents of Donetsk take shelter in makeshift bomb shelters in the basements of buildings.

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Donetsk, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Oct 2014

Artillery shells hit residential areas in Donetsk, Ukraine.