Syria media: 90 U.S. trucks leave Syrian base for Iraq

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 Syria media: 90 U.S. trucks leave Syrian base for Iraq


Data sheet: US troops in Syria. (source: AFP)

Damascus, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- Syrian media reported on Jan. 8 that the U.S. military withdrew from two bases in hassek province in the northeast of Syria on the same day and was ready to go to Iraq.

According to the Syrian news agency, about 40 trucks carrying weapons and equipment were withdrawn from a U.S. military base in the malikya area in the northeast of hassek Province, and another 50 trucks carrying weapons and supplies were withdrawn from a U.S. military base in the southern city of shedadi in the province. Two groups of U.S. troops are gathering in the border areas of Syria and Iraq in the eastern part of hassek Province, ready to enter Iraq.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); it is reported that the U.S. military began to withdraw hours after the Iran Islamic Revolutionary Guard launched a missile attack on an Iraqi military base with U.S. troops. Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard launched dozens of missiles at two Iraqi military bases with US troops in the early hours of the 8th morning in retaliation for the killing of Iranian military commander Kasim Sulaimani, Iranian media reported Tuesday. The Pentagon later confirmed and said it was considering how to respond. In October 2019, the Turkish armed forces launched a military operation named spring of peace against the Kurdish forces in northern Syria. In the same month, U.S. President trump ordered about 1000 U.S. troops to withdraw from northern Syria, but said the U.S. military would retain a small number of troops to ensure the safety of oil fields in Syria. Source: editor in charge of Xinhua News Agency: Yu changzong ufe63 nbj11145

Reported that the U.S. military began to withdraw hours after Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard launched a missile attack on a U.S. military base in Iraq.

Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard launched dozens of missiles at two Iraqi military bases with US troops in the early hours of the 8th morning in retaliation for the killing of Iranian military commander Kasim Sulaimani, Iranian media reported Tuesday. The Pentagon later confirmed and said it was considering how to respond.

In October 2019, the Turkish armed forces launched a military operation named spring of peace against the Kurdish forces in northern Syria. In the same month, U.S. President trump ordered about 1000 U.S. troops to withdraw from northern Syria, but said the U.S. military would retain a small number of troops to ensure the safety of oil fields in Syria.