US troops have abducted two Syrians from their home in the northeastern Hasakah province, the Al-Ikhbariya television channel said Tuesday.

US forces were deployed from a helicopter straight onto a house in the province’s south and detained two brothers, the broadcaster claimed.

There was no immediate information on who the brothers were.

The United States announced troop pullout in October, shortly before the start of a Turkish cross-border offensive, but the US military said later that several hundred forces would stay behind in the northeast to secure oil fields.

 

Source: Sputnik

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Moving two ISSI LEADERS WHAT SO NEW HERE?

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nothing new. should one be naive to believe this story then it raises more concerns regarding the incompetence of Kurds who arrest anyone who disagrees with their lame policies. Just read Kurd released ISIS members to tribe leaders in exchange for them not protesting. This is how corrupt these MOFO’s are and how their PR campaign is all BS.

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Moving two US mercenaries or abducting Syrian citizen?