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    It seems that fixing after breaking something isn't really in Washington's habit.

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    A high-ranking US State Department official has stated that Washington had no intention to rebuild Syrian areas, under the control of the government. The statement comes less than a month after the Russian Defense Ministry released a footage, showing the destruction of Raqqa, "liberated" by the SDF and the US-led coalition.

    According to the Russian Defense Ministry, "the city does not have running water, no humanitarian demining, no electricity, no hospitals and pharmacies, the shops also do not work."

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