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Syria blames Israel for airbase strike as pressure builds over 'chemical attack'

Syria blames Israel for airbase strike as pressure builds over 'chemical attack'

The statement also slams the USA for its support for Israel's 'dangerous, aggressive approach.' The Syrian Arab Republic has again called upon the Security Council to fulfill its responsibilities in the maintenance of global peace and security, to condemn this blatant Israeli aggression and to take resolute and immediate action to prevent the recurrence of such attacks.


Russian Federation vetoes Syria chemical weapons inquiry

Russian Federation vetoes Syria chemical weapons inquiry

One official said the U.S., France and Britain were considering military options that would be more extensive than the punitive, one-day strike last April. With federal agents digging into his personal affairs, Donald Trump drove his West Wing into deeper tumult Tuesday, canceling a South American trip to consider a military strike in Syria and bidding farewell to another top aide amid a continual staffing shakeup.



Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg and United States senators inspire endless memes

In the 4 minutes of tensed exchange, the representative also asked Zuckerberg if he was willing to change Facebook's business model to protect the privacy of people who use the social media platform. Europe has lead the way in regulating data and digital advertising; its General Data Protection Regulation set to take effect next month. "There are two things Congress is good at", said Rep.


Trump cancels trip to South America to oversee 'response to Syria'

Trump cancels trip to South America to oversee 'response to Syria'

US Vice-President Mike Pence will travel in President Trump's place for the Latin America trip, which begins in Peru for the Summit of the Americas. Moscow has previously insisted there was no evidence for a chemical attack . Syria and Russian Federation earlier Tuesday said they invited the global organization to inspect Douma, the last rebel bastion in the eastern Ghouta region.


Macron have made strikes on chemical weapons facilities in Syria

Macron have made strikes on chemical weapons facilities in Syria

When asked whether Britain would join the United States if Washington decided on further military action in Syria , May on Tuesday declined to answer the question directly. But with retirees, railway workers and students all staging protests against his plans to overhaul the French state, President Emmanuel Macron is delaying the major effort to rein in the budget shortfall until the second half of his five-year term.