Raids on Raqqa and ISIS targets Ein Issa

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Warplanes launched five raids yesterday midnight on several sites in the city of Raqqa.
The raids targeted the following sites:
The Government building at the center of the city
Al-Wadi Street southern the city.
The Blood Bank and the previous TV Center.
Governor’s Palace.
Perimeter of the 17th Division.

The raids caused a huge destruction to the targeted buildings, while there have been no civilian casualties.
It is noteworthy that most of these targeted buildings have been out of service for some time, neither ISIS nor any other parties have used these buildings for a while.
Warplanes and drones continued to fly for more than an hour over the city.
The raids were accompanied by an electric power outage to the entire city and suffocating smell caused by explosive material had spread. A complete disappearance of ISIS fighters in streets was observed while warning siren was launched.
Separately, ISIS targeted an empty area in Ein Issa northern the province of Raqqa by a rocket without causing any human or material loss. It is noteworthy that the city is controlled by people’s protection units (YPG), and it has been witnessing many battles between ISIS and YPG for several months.

media activist from the city of Raqqa, student at the Faculty of Law at the University of the Euphrates. Director of the Media Office of Raqqa, founding member of "Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently", founding member of the documentary project of "Sound and Picture". I work in documenting violations committed by Assad's regime and ISIS group and extremist organizations inside the city of Raqqa, as I work in programming, design and visual media. I hold a certificate of coach in digital security, and a certificate of journalist coach, and a certificate in documenting violations against human rights, and a certificate in electronic advocacy. I underwent a training under the supervision of "Cyber-Arabs" in collaboration with the Institute for War and Peace "IWPR", about the management of electronic websites and leadership of advocacy campaigns, and a training of press photography under the supervision of the photojournalist "Peter Hove Olesen".