American troops look out toward the border with Turkey from a small outpost near the town of Manbij, northern Syria, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018. (AP Photo/Susannah George)
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The U.S. military said Friday that two coalition personnel were killed and five others wounded by a roadside bomb in Syria in a rare such attack since the U.S.-led coalition sent troops into the war-torn country.It did not identify the casualties as U.S. soldiers, only coalition personnel members.U.S. military spokesman Col. Ryan Dillon couldn't immediately say who was behind the attack.The military council has since been in control and U.S. troops patrol the town and area with troops based nearby.Rudskoi said over 143,000 people, including 13,793 rebels and 23,544 members of their families have left Eastern Ghouta.
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