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US removes damaged vehicles from Syria

US removes damaged vehicles from Syria

Damascus, Mar 19 (Prensa Latina) A convoy of dozens of trucks carrying logistical and war material of the US forces has been recently moved from the northeastern Syria towards neighboring Iraq.
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Local activists quoted by the national agency SANA, reported that the convoy consisted of 52 trucks carrying camouflaged vehicles and military material probably damaged by recent attacks against U.S. bases.

The caravan left Washington’s enclaves in the northeastern Hasakeh province, and passed next door through the illegal al-Walid crossing used by the US troops, along with two others, to enter and leave this eastern nation, the source detailed.

The U.S. has at least a dozen bases in Syria, mostly in the oil and gas fields in the northeastern region of al-Jazira, mainly in Hasakeh.

Meanwhile, it maintains one in the Tanef area on the border with Iraq to prevent any ground communication between these two countries.

Actions against Pentagon forces and their separatist militia Syrian Democratic Forces increased recently amid popular anger towards their practices.

In this regard, several rocket attacks were reported against U.S. bases in Deir Ezzor province. Damascus repeatedly denounced the illegal presence of U.S. troops, which it described as an occupation, and claimed that the Pentagon’s actions in Syria encourage terrorist activity and aim to destabilize the country and plunder its wealth.


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