DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:00 A.M.) – ISIS’ media department is alive and kicking despite sustaining rapid territorial losses across Iraq and Syria, most notably inside its very own capital, Raqqa.

A batch of photos were released by Amaq Agency on Monday showing jihadists deploying close-range rockets against the Syrian Democratic Forces near the Al-Atiq mosque, an urban area in eastern Raqqa which is witnessing ongoing skirmishes between the warring parties.

Meanwhile, US-backed Kurdish forces announced moments ago that they had secured the entire southern bank of the Euphrates River, thus linking their eastern and western assault forces by imposing full control over the Nazlah Shahadah suburb on Monday evening.

Click here for an interactive map of Raqqa and the rest of Syria.

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The “map link” at the end leads to a website which extorts money if you want to see its content.

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The Adblock Plus is deactivated for that site, I used to check that map often. Yet, from recently, they apparently changed their policy, so unless you pay/donate, you can’t see the content of the map, thus they are extorting money.

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The Adblock Plus which I use has been disabled for that site, I have been checking that map frequently. Yet, they recently introduced a new rule – you need to pay/donate, if you want to see the map. However, I checked again now, and it seems they reconsidered their money extorting tactics, and again opened the map for “public view”, without having to pay for it.

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The “ad blocker” which I use has been disabled for that site, I have been checking that map frequently. They recently introduced a new rule – you need to pay/donate, if you want to see the map. However, I checked again now, and it seems they reconsidered their money extorting tactics, and again opened the map for “public view”, without having to pay for it.

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The Adblock Plus which I use has been disabled for that site, I have been checking that map frequently. Yet, they recently introduced a new rule – you need to pay/donate, if you want to see the map. However, I checked again now, and it seems they reconsidered their money extorting tactics, and again opened the map for “public view”, without having to pay for it.