People buy fruits and vegetables at a market in the Syrian city of Raqqa on May 17, 2018, during the holy month of Ramadan.(AFP / Delil souleiman)
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Arab and Kurdish fighters were advancing on Sunday against Daesh (ISIS) in eastern Syria thanks to close artillery support from allied American and French forces, a monitor said.Earlier this month, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) launched an assault with help from the US-led coalition against Daesh fighters hiding out in a small sliver of desert territory near the Iraqi border.The SDF and their Western allies are present east of Syria's Euphrates River, which cuts diagonally across Deir Ezzor province.
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