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New actions in Syria against US troops and its FDS militia

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New actions in Syria against US troops and its FDS militia

Damascus, Apr 20 (Prensa Latina) The popular rejection to the US forces and their separatist allied militia Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) increased in the areas of northeastern Syria, informed activists quoted today by several press media.
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Four convoys of the US military deployed in this nation without the consent of its government or the approval of the United Nations, were confronted and expelled by the locals, the sources said.

They detailed that the caravans tried to cross through the villages of Hamo, Masada, Qusayr, Tel Ahmed, Mesherfieh, Dadoushieh and Sharko in the northeastern province of Hasakeh, but the residents blocked their way and threw stones at the Pentagon armored vehicles, forcing them to turn back. Two members of the SDF militia were also killed in a bomb attack blamed on popular resistance groups in the al-Rihabien area of Raqa province.

Despite repeated denunciations by Syria at the United Nations and in international forums, Washington continues to maintain at least 12 enclaves, mostly in the oil and gas fields, mainly in the al-Jazira region (east of the Euphrates River).

This illegal presence of U.S. troops, according to allegations, encourages terrorist and separatist activity and deprives the people of their natural wealth as the U.S. military and its allied extremist groups continue to plunder wheat and oil.

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