The pro-regime list includes Arab, North African, Central and South Asian 'terrorists' and provides the date and place of their death.
Syrian newspaper names 142 dead foreign fighters
DAMASCUS // A Syrian newspaper yesterday published the names of 142 foreign fighters from 18 countries the regime said were killed alongside rebels in Syria's conflict.
The list, which the pro-regime Al Watan reported was sent to the United Nations Security Council by the Syrian government last month, included Arab, North African, Central and South Asian "terrorists", giving the date and place of their death.
"Most are jihadists who belong to Al Qaeda's network, or who joined it after arriving in Syria," the paper reported.
Among the people named were 47 Saudis, 24 Libyans, 10 Tunisians, nine Egyptians, six Qataris and five Lebanese. It also listed 11 Afghans, five Turks, three Chechens, one Chadian and one Azerbaijani.