20 Islamic State Terrorist Fighters Escape from a Syrian Prison
Twenty members of ISIS escape Syria’s ‘Black Prison’ after earthquake devastates area
Some twenty former members of ISIS have escaped a prison located in Rajo in northeastern Syria after powerful earthquakes devastated the region and neighbouring Turkey
20 ISIS Terrorists Escape After Earthquake Damages Syria Prison
Prisoners mutinied in a northwestern Syria prison Monday following a deadly earthquake, with at least 20 escaping the jail holding mostly Islamic State group members, a source at the facility told AFP. The military police prison in the town of Rajo near the Turkish border holds about 2,000 inmates, with about 1,300 of them suspected to be IS fighters, said the source. The prison also holds fighters from Kurdish-led forces. "After the earthquake …
Earthquakes allow imprisoned ISIS fighters to escape prison in Syria
The series of earthquakes in southwestern Turkey allowed a group of 20 imprisoned ISIS fighters to mutiny and escape a prison operated by pro-Turkish militants in northern Syria.