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Video shows life under ISIS in Raqqa

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Footage reportedly taken by a woman who was sceretly filming down the street in the Syrian city of Raqqa appears to show a glimpse of what life is like under the rule of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants.

In one instance, the video shows an ISIS militant interrogating veiled women seated inside a car as he asks them to “cover their faces.”

Later in the footage, the camera holder enters an internet café where several women thought to be from France are chatting with their families back home.

One woman can be heard speaking to her mother saying she will not return from Syria and that all what is being portrayed in media is an "exaggeration" of the reality of life under ISIS.