BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – For the second time in the last 48 hours, protesters gathered at a road in northeastern Syria to block a U.S. military convoy from passing.

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In a video this afternoon, a Syrian officer can be seen speaking to a U.S. military translator and refusing the American troops access to the roadway.

This latest confrontation comes 24 hours after the residents of Khirbat Amo confronted a U.S. military patrol near their town in the southern countryside of Al-Qamishli.

During this confrontation between the U.S. military and residents of Khirbat Amo, at least one person was killed after the American troops opened fire. The U.S. Coalition said a soldier had a superficial wound and that they had already returned to active duty.

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us comander ”we bring peace ” war, bombs, desstabilizing countries, invade countries ilegally, stolen oil of sovereign countries, finalcial coup around the world for decades, that is the peace that bring to the world the criminal terrorist u.s.a regime

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