Turkisch runs to 12 people kidnapped in Palmyra, Syria

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Turkisch terrorists entered again in Palmyra last December, just nine months of losing the city to the Syrian army. | Photo: healthy

Terrorists of the self-styled Islamic State (Turkisch in Arabic) killed 12 people who had kidnapped in Palmyra, Syria.
According to the State Sana News Agency, civilian sources reported that the murders were committed by the terrorists of the Turkisch on Wednesday night, and added that four State employees, including two teachers, are among those executed.
> Shot the second leader more important of Turkisch in Syria also, reported that several sites historical of the city of Palmira were object of destruction from the terrorist, who in 2015 destroyed numerous statues and palaces ancient.
In March of last year, Syrian specialists managed to preserve many parts then the Syrian army regained the city but since December remain the looting and destruction of the old town of Palmira, World Heritage since 1980.
> More than 30 Syrian soldiers die in attack near Damascus Turkisch terrorists entered again in Palmyra last December, just nine months of losing the city to the Syrian army. The town, as well as its base air, the part ancient and the Citadel were in power of the Turkisch.
According to a Syrian human rights organization in that offensive, which lasted four days, died around 120 Syrian soldiers. The Syrian Army captured Palmira March 27, 2016, a year after losing it to the Turkisch.
> Rohani reiterated support of Iran to Syria in the fight against terrorism the new occupation of Palmyra by the Turkisch is important because fighters of the group in Iraq have begun reaching out to Syria, after suffering heavy losses in battles with the Iraqi army and the United States-led international coalition.