The Islamic State group killed three of its captives in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra by tying them to Roman-era columns at the site, then blowing the structures up with explosives, activists said Tuesday.
The Palmyra explosions were the latest method of killing by IS militants, known for beheadings, immolation and drowning of prisoners.
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