Which is worse: ISIS or the war in Syria?
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As the battle for the eastern Syrian city of Raqqa heats up, the question is whether the two are in conflict, or if the US is simply seeking to prop up a brutal dictator.
In a bid to control the area, US-backed Syrian government forces are trying to advance on the city from its northern outskirts.
There, they are under the constant threat of ISIS, which controls a large part of the country.
In this week’s issue of BBC News, The Sunday Times explores what has been going on in Syria and the region over the past month.
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