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US destroys their radar at Jabal Abdul Aziz base western Hasaka

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — US forces destroyed their radar at Jabal Abdul Aziz base in western Hasaka countryside before withdrawing, the official Syrian news agency reported on Saturday evening.

The agency “SANA” that US forces have also booby-trapped its headquarters and destroyed in the village of “your” on the road to Tamr-Qamishli in preparation for evacuation.

The official agency said that in parallel with the Turkish operations and destruction operations, US forces continued the process of transferring militants “IS” to Iraq.

She pointed out that the US military transferred 230 foreign elements of the “Islamic State” were detained in a prison in the town of Malikiyah to Shadadi in the southern countryside of Hasaka.

She added that five of the group’s women prisoners were also transferred from Adnaniya village in Malikiyah countryside to Iraq, through a military helicopter.

On October 9, Turkey launched an attack on a number of towns, villages and towns in the countryside of al-Hasakah and Raqqa, killing and wounding hundreds of civilians, including children, women and workers in service sectors, and causing significant material damage to service facilities and important infrastructure such as dams, power plants and water.

On Thursday, Ankara and Washington reached an agreement to suspend the “spring of peace” military operation, under which the “safe area” in northern Syria would be under the control of the Turkish army, the lifting of sanctions on Ankara, and the withdrawal of Kurdish forces from the region.

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