Daesh Terrorists Destroy Part of Roman Theater in Palmyra

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Friday, 20 January 2017

Daesh terrorists destroyed the world-famous Tetrapylon, as well as a part of a Roman theater in Palmyra, Syrian state TV said on Friday.

Yesterday, Daesh terrorists carried out mass executions in the same theater.

The facade of the historical building is now completely destroyed, Sputnik cited Syrian state TV as reporting on Friday.

The terrorists also demolished Palmyra's famous Tetrapylon, a four-column structure.

On January 18, the Syrian army supported by Russian warplanes launched an operation against Daesh in Palmyra: "We have received information confirmed by several sources about the transfer of a big amount of explosives to Palmyra to help Daesh terrorists destroy world historical heritage in the city," Lt. Gen. Sergei Rudskoy, the chief of the Russian General Staff Main Operational Directorate, said at a news briefing in Moscow.

In December 2016, Daesh recaptured the ancient city of Palmyra in the Homs province. According to various sources, the number of terrorists that took part in the storming of the city reached 5,000 including hundreds of suicide bombers and dozens of armored vehicles.

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