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Three actions against US forces in Syria reported

Three actions against US forces in Syria reported

Damascus, Dec 1 (Prensa Latina) Popular actions against US forces illegally present in Syria are on the rise, with three in less than 24 hours being reported, as quoted by the local press.
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Two trucks loaded with logistics materials intended to reinforce Washington’s bases in the Yarubieh area in the northeastern province of Hasakeh were destroyed by an explosive device, the SANA national agency reported.

According to the media, it is still unknown if there were casualties among the US personnel, who established a security cordon in the area of the incident.

Also, villagers gathered at the entrance to the town of Tal Dahab and blocked the passage of a US military caravan, forcing it to turn back.

A similar incident occurred in the town of al-Damkhieh when the locals blocked the path of a column of five armored vehicles and stoned the US military who proceeded to fire into the air to intimidate civilians.

Actions against US forces and their separatist Syrian Democratic Forces militia recently spiked amid popular anger at their practices.

Over the past week, Syrian villagers intercepted two columns of American vehicles and drove them from their towns.

Syrian tribes and clans repeatedly expressed their forceful rejection of Washington’s troops and announced the formation of an army whose mission is to support the Syrian armed forces in their fight against terrorism and carry out actions aimed at expelling the foreign occupiers.

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