US occupation forces loot new quantities of wheat, QSD smuggles sheep

Hasaka, SANA-US occupation forces, in collusion with QSD militia, continued on Saturday acts of looting and burglarizing the Syrian resources in al-Jazeera.

Local sources told SANA that US occupation forces brought out a new convoy consisting of 15 trucks loaded with wheat into Iraq through illegitimate al-Walid crossing.

Last Wednesday, the US forces took out a convoy consisting of 27 trucks laden with Syrian stolen wheat from Tal Alou silos towards the Iraqi lands.

Meanwhile, US occupation backed – QSD militia smuggled flocks of sheep to areas in northern Iraq.

Local sources near al-Waleed crossing border noted that QSD militia carried hundreds of sheep which were collected from areas in al-Jazeera on vehicles and took them out through illegitimate al-Waleed crossing towards northern Iraq.

In Deir Ezzor countryside, QSD militia carried out a wide raid campaign in al-Zir village in Deir Ezzor countryside and kidnapped 25 civilians

Local sources said that armed groups of QSD militia carried out a raid and search campaign for several of citizens’ houses in al-Zir in Deir Ezzor eastern countryside, kidnapping 25 civilians and took them to unknown destination.


Source: Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)

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