Inside De Facto Capital Raqqa, ISIS Is Losing Its Grip05:48
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This undated frame grab from video posted online Saturday, June 10, 2017, by the Aamaq News Agency, a media arm of the Islamic State group, shows a mosque that was damaged by bombardment by the U.S.-led coalition and U.S.-backed fighters in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa. (Aamaq News Agency via AP)
This undated frame grab from video posted online Saturday, June 10, 2017, by the Aamaq News Agency, a media arm of the Islamic State group, shows a mosque that was damaged by bombardment by the U.S.-led coalition and U.S.-backed fighters in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa. (Aamaq News Agency via AP)
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Besieged by U.S. coalition airstrikes and advances by the Syrian Democratic Forces, ISIS fighters are nearly surrounded in Raqqa, the Syrian city that is the group's de facto capital.

A team from CBS is the first American TV crew to report from inside Raqqa. Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams (@HollyMAWilliams), who is part of that team.

This segment aired on June 28, 2017.

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