Daesh corpses in Misrata await fate in containers

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14 November 2017 20:37:39 WN.com - Mideast News

Author: AFP Tue, 2017-11-14 07:33 ID: 1510674038534371400 MISRATA, Libya: Hundreds of corpses of Daesh fighters have lain stored for the past year in a row of refrigerated containers in the Libyan city of Misrata awaiting a final decision on their fate. “The temperature must be kept at between -18 and -20 (Celsius) for the bodies to remain conserved,” said Ali Tuwaileb at a high security anti-organized crime complex in the city. Around 700 bodies have been housed at the improvised morgue ever since Daesh militants were expelled in December 2016... Full article on Daesh corpses in Misrata await fate in containers

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