America's hunt for ISIS left Raqqa in ruins. Who is supposed to rebuild it?
The Syrian city — once the militants’ self-proclaimed capital — was left without running water or electricity, and residents frequently encounter human remains amid the rubble. Its slow recovery is fueling the sentiment that the United States wrecked the city but is unwilling to help put it back together.
Afghan official: Roadside bomb kills 5 in eastern province
An Afghan official says a roadside bomb has killed five people in eastern Nangarhar province.
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