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In the outskirts of the city of Raqqa, north of Syria, a cemetery containing some 3,500 bodies was found for the victims of the Da'ash organization which controlled the city, AFP reported.
According to the agency, a large mass grave, in addition to individual graves, was found under agricultural land in the suburb of Al-Faiqa, on the outskirts of Raqqa. This is the largest and oldest cemetery for the victims of the terrorist organization so far.
Rescuers learned of the site last month, more than a year after the US-backed forces seized control of the city of Raqqa, which was controlled by the extremist group, as they neared control of the organization's last spot in Baguoz south.
On the side of the farmland, more than 120 bodies were exhumed by the Rapid Response Team of the Civil Defense Department in Raqqa.
Eight other mass graves have been identified on the outskirts of the city, including one called "Panorama", of which more than 900 have been exhumed.
Experts believe that the al-Fajhekha site could help identify more thousands of people whose fate is still unknown, including foreigners whose families are "daunting".
According to analysts, photographs of the killing of American journalist James Foley indicate that he may have been killed on the outskirts of Raqqa. Another prisoner, the American Kayla Mueller, is believed to have been killed near Raqqa as well. Their bodies were not found.Keywords: VIDEO at linkhttp://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/3afcae75-1644-452a-9dcd-b44f8535fe86