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  1. The war on ISIS brings more turmoil
    The last ISIS fighters in Raqqa have been killed or surrendered, and the terror group that once held territory the size of the United Kingdom and ruled over ten million people has been pushed back to a few dusty towns straddling the Syrian border with Iraq.
  2. US-backed forces declare Raqqa liberated
    US-backed militias on Friday declared the "total liberation" of the Syrian city of Raqqa, which for more than three years was the de facto capital of ISIS.
  3. Walking through the ruins of Raqqa
    CNN's Arwa Damon reports from one of the main squares in Raqqa, Syria, where ISIS carried out its public executions.
  4. The women fighters who helped defeat ISIS
    Kurdish female fighters have celebrated in Raqqa this week after the defeat of ISIS militants, whose brutal rule over the city has come to an end after almost four years.
  5. Trump: End of the ISIS 'is in sight'
    President Donald Trump said Saturday that the United States would soon transition into a "new phase" of involvement in Syria after US-backed forces drove ISIS members from Raqqa, the city they deemed their capital.
  6. Life inside Raqqa
    It's notoriously difficult to get information out of Raqqa. ISIS monitors everything inside the city and CNN has a policy of not contacting anyone in the city directly as it would put their lives in danger. Much of the information in this gallery has been provided by activist group Raqqa is Being Silently Slaughtered and many of the sources are unnamed for their own protection. CNN cannot independently verify their information.
  7. Japan's economy faces huge challenges
    Is Japan's problem-plagued economy finally turning a corner?
  8. Goldman Sachs CEO is trolling Britain over Brexit
    Lloyd Blankfein doesn't think Brexit is going very well.
  9. 'Psychopathic' hedge fund bosses make less $
    Google, a company that's built everything from a search engine to a self-driving car, will now try its hand at a city neighborhood.
  10. These airline stocks doubled, rivals flopped
    It's either feast or famine for European airlines.
  11. Nissan halts production of cars sold in Japan
    Nissan has suspended production of cars for its home market over safety concerns.
  12. How a month of hurricane nightmares changed Puerto Rico -- and me
    I am writing this in the dark. The hotel doesn't have power, and one of the generators failed. I had to walk up 10 flights of stairs to get to my hotel room because the elevators don't work. The lights have been flickering all night.
  13. Quebec bars people with face coverings from getting public services
    Quebec's lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would require public workers and citizens seeking government services to have their faces uncovered.
  14. About 1 million Americans without running water. 3 million without power. This is life one month after Hurricane Maria.
    After Hurricane Maria toppled the bridge that connects him to the rest of civilization and ripped the roof and walls off his house here in the central mountains of Puerto Rico, Ramón Sostre raised a weathered American flag above the wreckage.
  15. A better library can change a child's life
    In 1999, Rebecca Constantino began doing a study at schools across Los Angeles.
  16. She gives book collections a boost
    Rebecca Constantino's nonprofit, Access Books, provides books and refurbishes libraries for low-income schools across California.
  17. Helping at-risk youth tell their stories
    Several times a week, a security officer lets Harry Grammer through the gates of Camp Gonzales, a juvenile detention center in Los Angeles.
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