A large cache of homemade bombs has been discovered in a town in northern Syria recently liberated from the so-called Islamic State – giving a chilling glimpse into the terror group’s war machine.
There are booby-trapped devices everywhere. One is outside the old library and another two at the entrance to what appears to be a medical station treating the injured.
The bombs are packed into kitchen pots and pans and other household appliances and are a variety of sizes.
Among the cache there was at least one rigged suicide vest and a batch of pressure plates stacked next to barrels stuffed with explosives.