Disturbing new images show the aftermath of a bloody attack by ISIS terrorists in the African country of Mozambique last month.
One picture, published by Sky News Monday, shows fires burning in the strategic northern city of Palma. Others show bedsheets and other items arranged on the ground to spell out “HELP” and “SOS” so that they can be seen by rescue helicopters.
Still, others show overturned and damaged cars that appear to have been ambushed while their occupants were making desperate escape attempts.
The BBC reported Monday, citing the Mozambican army, that Palma had been recaptured and a “significant” number of terrorists had been killed.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the March 24 attack, according to the SITE extremist monitoring group. Their claim alleged that the Islamic State Central Africa Province controlled Palmas banks, government offices, factories and army barracks, and that more than 55 people, including Mozambican army troops, Christians and foreigners were killed.
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