The bodies of no fewer than twelve white expatriates beheaded by ISIS militants have been found in northern Mozambique following a deadly attack by terrorists.
Their bodies were found near natural gas projects worth £43.6billion and they are all believed to be foreigners because they are white, local Police Commander Pedro da Silva said.
The commander told state broadcaster TVM: ‘They were tied up and beheaded here.’
This comes weeks after about 60 people – mostly foreign citizens went missing following a deadly ambush on their convoy the Islamist militants.
The nationalities of the 12 people found ‘tied up and beheaded in the northern town of Palma cannot yet be confirmed, day Silva said.