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An abundance of identity markers tied it all together, the black flag and other symbols draped over its buildings, currency and memorandums.
Young boys danced, women ululated, teenagers climbed trees, cars and rooftops, and chanting crowds waved yellow Fatah flags and the red, white and black flag of Egypt.
Last month gunmen waving the group’s black flag killed 300 people at a Sinai mosque in the deadliest terror attack ever carried out in the country.
The fountain, no longer pumping water, was encircled by the black flags of the extremist group.
The Kurdish and Arab fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces, who ousted the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, from the city, raised their yellow banners in the central al-Naim square where the militant extremist group’s black flag once flew.
Fighters hauled down the black flag of Islamic State, the last still flying over the city, from the National Hospital near the stadium.
The metal display board that flashes the number for the black flag fell off the flag stand bringing out a caution with 58 laps remaining.
Solano also made three anti-U.S., pro-ISIS videos, wearing a black mask and standing in front of the black flag associated with the group.
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