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US has relocated a group of military from Syria to Iraq

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — A group of US troops crossed the Syrian border towards the Iraqi province of Dahuk in the north of the country, Reuters reports citing eyewitnesses.

It is reported that about 100 armored vehicles were also deployed to Iraq, TASS reports .

On the eve it became known that the American transport convoy from Northern Iraq entered the territory of Syria. It was planned that they will complete the evacuation of US troops. It was reported that the US military also transported from Syria to Iraq the wives of militants of the Islamic State terrorist group.

Recall that after Turkey announced the start of a military operation in northeast Syria against the Kurds, the United States withdrew troops from this region.

In a hurry of abandoned American bases in Syria, they found a “wall painting” dedicated to Russia , a flag of the Central Command of the United States Special Operations with the words “Come And Take It”, forgotten Harry Potter books, the Bible, and used syringes.

In addition, the Americans bombed their own air base in Syria.

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