The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Thursday reported that ISIS have executed at least 12 people in the city of Palmyra which was recently recaptured by the terrorist group in December from the Syrian Army.

Four of the people executed were state employees, including teachers. They were beheaded outside of a museum.

Eight others were shot, with four being Syrian Army soldiers and the other four coming from other terrorist groups captured in other parts of Syria. Some of the executions took place at the famous Roman amphitheater in the old town of Palmyra.




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