Report: ISIS beheads 4 youths in Syria; Russia announces cease-fire in Aleppo

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May 1, 2016 19:31

 
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Radical terror organization Islamic State beheaded four youths in the Syrian city of Raqqa Sunday for allegedly providing information to US-led coalition forces, according to Israel Radio.

Citing a Syrian human right's report, Israel Radio said that Islamic State militants accused the four youths of filming sites which were later bombed by the coalition.

Meanwhile, Russia announced Sunday a negotiated ceasefire between the Syrian Army and rebels in the city of Aleppo, which over the last 10 days has seen over 250 people killed and hundreds more injured.  

 

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