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Post by claud39 on Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:40 am

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A "big" US military intervention intervenes in an Iraqi province


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A security source revealed; on Saturday; the entry of large US military frames to Anbar province, likely to come from Syria.

The source said; "was seen this morning, American vehicles carrying Hummer vehicles, guns and armored vehicles, and enter the province of Anbar from the western side."

He added: "The Alartal headed towards the base of the eye of Assad," which is linked by US forces.

The source pointed out; that "the transfer of large trucks that were carrying guns and Alhmrat."

US President Donald Trump said last Sunday that his country's troops would remain in Iraq to monitor Iranian moves.

Trump's remarks sparked a wave of anger in various circles; Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said Iraq was refusing to be used by any country against another country.
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