DAESH executes more than 50 Syrians in Hama province
More than 50 people in Syrian central province of Hama have been killed by DAESH, as it is continuously loosing more and more ground in the battle against the government forces.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights around 15 civilians and 27 pro-government fighters gcot killed after the DAESH launched its attacks agaisnt the Aqarib al-Safi and Al-Mabujeh villages on Thursday.
The Britain based group stated that most of the civilians were beheaded and mutilated.
Back in March 2015 also, Daesh executed nearly 37 civilians and kidnapped 50 others, half of them women, during an assault on the village.
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