A number of trucks, transporting military equipment and weapons for the U.S.-led coalition, withdrew from northeast Syria on November 15, according to RT.
The Russian news channel released a video showing the trucks heading from the northern Syrian city of Qamishli to the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. The trucks had Iraqi number plates, which means they were likely leased by the coalition.
A day earlier, U.S. forces withdraw from a large base in eastern Aleppo, known as the Sarrin airstrip. Dozens of trucks worked to evacuate equipment from the base fore around two weeks.
Two months ago, the U.S. had more than 1,000 service members in northeast Syria. Now, the Pentagon says that only 400 will be kept to “guard” key oil fields in the region.