Syria battle: ‘Seven mass graves found’ in former IS stronghold

Mass grave uncovered in eastern Syria Symbol copyright AFP/Getty Symbol caption Sana information company released pictures of forensics professionals analyzing the grave

Masses of unidentified our bodies which seem to were tortured have been found in a former Islamic State group stronghold, Syrian state media says.

Seven mass graves close to Albu Kamal in eastern Syria were unearthed, the official Sana information agency studies, with more than ONE HUNDRED our bodies recovered so far.

Most seem to “have been subjected to torture and in poor health-remedy prior to execution”, Sana says.

IS has been accused of diverse atrocities in Iraq and Syria.

A Syrian Pink Crescent professional informed AFP news company there have been a number of girls a few of the lifeless, and said a few of the ones killed “were blindfolded and handcuffed”.

Symbol copyright Reuters Symbol caption Other mass graves had been found in areas once controlled by way of Islamic State workforce

In Syria, the gang remains to be present in small wallet in the south and east.

Where their forces were ousted, proof of atrocities were exposed.

Remaining month the Related Press pronounced the discovery of a mass grave containing more than 500 bodies near the northern city of Raqqa.

And following the liberation of Palmyra by means of Syrian troops in 2016, a mass grave containing the our bodies of fellows, women and kids used to be unearthed within the north-east of the city.

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