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Video appears to show US troops being pelted with stones and rotten fruit as they pull out of Syria

9 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Video appears to show a US Army vehicle being pelted with stones and rotten fruit in the Syrian border town of Qamishli as troops withdraw from the country.
The video, posted by the Hawar News, a Kurdish agency linked to the Syrian Democratic Forces shows a US military vehicle reversing slowly down a road while two men throw what appear to be rocks at it.
"Extraordinary scenes in Qamishli as withdrawing US force is pelted with stones and rotten fruit," Adam Harvey, a journalist for Australia's ABC News, said in a tweet.
The video has emerged after US President Donald Trump's abrupt...
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