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US-led Coalition Ships More Armored Vehicles To Northeastern Syria (Video)












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US-led Coalition Ships More Armored Vehicles To Northeastern Syria (Video)

US forces, accompanied by Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) fighters, drive their armoured vehicles near the northern Syrian village of Darbasiyah, on the border with Turkey on April 28, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / DELIL SOULEIMAN


On March 24, a convoy loaded with supplied for the US-led coalition entered northeastern Syria coming from the Iraqi Kurdistan region, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency.


“This afternoon, American occupation forces brought a convoy of 80 vehicles, including trucks, carriers, refrigerators and tankers, through the illegal al-Walid crossing.” The state-run agency quoted local sources as saying. “The convoy was accompanied by a number of vehicles carrying gunmen of the SDF [Syrian Democratic Forces] militia.”


Mohammad Hassan a local journalist in northeastern Syria revealed that the convoy was carrying a number of Humvee armored vehicles.


The US-led coalition have been reinforcing its troops in northeastern Syria for a a few months now. Earlier this month, the coalition deployed missile launchers, supposedly short-range air-defense systems, in one of its main bases in al-Hasakah.


The coalition also built a new airfield in the al-Omar oil fields. Now, a large base is being established on Syria’s border with Iraq and Turkey.


In a recent statement, the US-led coalition denied deploying more troops or building new bases in northeastern Syria. However, the recent developments suggest that this statement is misleading.


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