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Isis-linked murderers who killed British honeymooners in horrifying safari ambush shot dead

Just a few short days after their wedding, the newlyweds and their tour guide were gunned down and killed.

Just a few short days after their wedding, the newlyweds and their tour guide were gunned down and killed.

Ugandan forces have been successful in eliminating the ISIS-affiliated killers who ambushed and murdered British tourists on safari while they were on their honeymoon.

Last month, newlyweds David Barlow, 50, and Celia Geyer, 51, were killed along with their tour guide by a group suspected of having ties to the terrorist organization ISIS when they were on a safari in the Queen Elizabeth National Park in southwest Uganda.

It is thought that the couple was married not more than a few days ago in the Western Cape of South Africa.

On Tuesday, October 17, their victims were discovered in a wrecked jeep. The Uganda police department published a photograph of the tragic sight, which depicted flames engulfing the bonnet of the vehicle.Just a few short days after their wedding, the newlyweds and their tour guide were gunned down and killed.

Ugandan forces have been successful in eliminating the ISIS-affiliated killers who ambushed and murdered British tourists on safari while they were on their honeymoon.

Last month, newlyweds David Barlow, 50, and Celia Geyer, 51, were killed along with their tour guide by a group suspected of having ties to the terrorist organization ISIS when they were on a safari in the Queen Elizabeth National Park in southwest Uganda.

It is thought that the couple was married not more than a few days ago in the Western Cape of South Africa.

On Tuesday, October 17, their victims were discovered in a wrecked jeep. The Uganda police department published a photograph of the tragic sight, which depicted flames engulfing the bonnet of the vehicle.

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