Chinese, Belgian terrorists killed by unknown gunmen in northern Syria

Unknown assailants killed over a dozen foreign terrorists, including Chinese and Belgians, in an attack on their military base in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib, an Arabic-language media outlets reported on Monday.

The Arabic-language website of the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted local sources in Idlib province as saying that the unidentified gunmen attacked the headquarters of Ansar al-Tawhid terrorist group on al-Moshirefeh road in Southern Idlib, killing 12 Belgian and Chinese special sources who were highly-skilled.

The sources also said that during the attack by unidentified assailants on a military position of Horaseddin terrorist group in Kharbeh al-Naqous town in Sahl al-Ghab region in Northwestern Hama two other foreign terrorists were killed.

They noted that the terrorists are in a state of panic and stood on alert ever since the incident.

In a relevant development in December 2018, a foreign terrorist commander was assassinated by unknown assailants in Northwestern Syria, marking the fourth case in the last ten days.

According to opposition activists in the Idlib province, Leader of Kataeb Ansar Al-Tawhid “Abu Bakr Al-Tunisi” was assassinated in the town of Iblin in Idlib province, massdar news reported.

The Tunisian national was killed when unknown assailants opened fire at him outside of his home in Western Idlib.