Syria's Raqqa still finding the dead, 2 years after IS fall

In this Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019 photo, a human lower jaw that was found in a mass grave is kept for identification, in Raqqa, Syria. First responders said they have pulled nearly 20 bodies out of the latest mass grave uncovered in Raqqa, the Syrian city that was the de facto capital of the Islamic State group. It is the 16th mass grave in the city, and officials are struggling with a lack of resources needed to document and one day identify the thousands of dead who have been dug out.

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