Dozens of ISIS fighters reportedly surrender in Raqqa

NEW YORK POST/AP REPORTS:

Photo: Raqqa Internal Security Force Training Class 005 graduates receive their initial issue of equipment.  (DoD Image)

The U.S-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group says the militants remaining in the Syrian city of Raqqa are likely left with only small arms to fight for the sliver of land they still control there.

The coalition says in a statement emailed to The Associated Press on Saturday that IS militants still in Raqqa are completely cut off from their leadership and likely have only pistols, rifles, light machine guns and a dwindling supply of ammunition.

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