' Expelled ' from Raqqa Daesh

The United States supported Syrian militias Daesh have driven from the Syrian city of Raqqa.

That explained a spokesman of the Syrian Democratic armed forces (SDF), the Alliance that the battle for the city.

Earlier in the day reported the SDF all the two most important strategic points, the hospital and the stadium, to have conquered on the terrorist group. According to local witnesses, there is still sporadic shelling, while militia members celebrate victory in the streets of the city. According to a spokesman for the coalition led by the United States 90 percent of the fighters have SDF-city under control.

The Warriors of the SDF in June began an offensive to Raqqa, the former capital of the Caliphate, to recapture on Daesh. Over the last few days left several hundred Daesh-members and citizens of the city.

The fighting has claimed the lives over the past few months to about 3250 people, reported the Syrian Observatory for human rights earlier. It went not only to fighters, but also to citizens about 1130.

The civilian casualties allegedly including through air raids of the international coalition led by the United States. Daesh warriors would also have used as living shields citizens.