Government forces blocked US convoy and groups of angry local residents, upset with its presence in the region, threw stones at the US troops.
Turkish-backed militants breach ceasefire in Idlib.
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Hasakah, March 24.– Syrian government forces blocked a US military convoy in the village of Kuzelia, Hasakah province, northeastern Syria, on March 8, 2020 as local residents pelt the American soldiers with stones.
A US military convoy has been forced to retreat from an area in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah after government forces blocked its way and groups of angry local residents, upset with its presence in the region, threw stones at the US convoy.
Syria’s official news agency SANA reported that Syrian army soldiers stopped the American convoy, consisting of 11 armored vehicles, as it tried to make its way through the village of Hamo in the al-Qamishli countryside of the province.
Locals then threw stones at the American convoy and forced them to retreat.
A couple of weeks before, on March 8, government forces had blocked a US military convoy of seven vehicles near the village of Kuzelia, which lies west of Tal Tamr town in the same Syrian province.
Elsewhere in Syria’s embattled northwestern province of Idlib, Turkish-backed Takfiri militants have infringed upon the terms of a ceasefire reached earlier this month by Ankara and Moscow ...
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