An American column passes from Ayn Issa on its way to Sarin base near Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

An American column passes from Ayn Issa on its way to Sarin base near Ayn al-Arab (Kobani)

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that an American military convoy passed through Ayn Issa area on its way to Sarin base near Ayn al-Arab (Kobani), and according to reliable sources; some of vehicles of the convoy were loaded and others were empty.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned this morning that 5 American vehicles roamed the Turkish – Syrian border in Qahtaniyah town, where the vehicles set off from al-Hasakah city with the Internal Security Forces (Asayish).

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored this morning the return of large American forces, consist of about 150 trucks and military vehicles to “Sarin” base near Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) coming from the area “Tal Tamer”, amid intense flight of American warplanes accompanying the column in the area.

The return of these huge forces to the base comes days after the announcement of killing the leader of the “Islamic State” Organization, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in “Barisha” village in Idlib, where sources revealed to the “Syrian Observatory” that the 8 helicopters that participated in the operation of targeting “al-Baghdadi” took off from “Sarin” after the U.S. Forces returned to of days before carrying out the operation.

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