Around 1,500 bodies uncovered in Raqqa’s largest mass grave to date
A mass grave containing 1,500 corpses has been uncovered in the Syrian city of Raqqah, which used to serve as the Daesh terror group’s largest stronghold before its seizure by Kurdish militants.
On October 8, a film crew joined a medical team on the ground as they try to identify corpses found in a mass grave from clothes, fingerprints, documents or other special markers.
Over 1500 bodies were found in this grave alone, making it the largest one found in the city so far. Responders are still working to uncover and identify bodies at the site.