The UN humanitarian agency's top official for Syria is expressing concern about recent airstrikes in rebel-held Idlib province, warning that "we may have not seen the worst of the crisis" in Syria even.. News24 Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOXNews.com •Seattle Times
U.S. strikes against Syrian chemical weapons sites this spring were “sufficiently limited” that the Trump administration didn’t need Congress’s approval to launch them, the Justice Department.. Wall Street Journal
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn MP refused to answer a reporter's question over the legality of the Syria airstrikes. Mr Corbyn has said that the UK was following orders from the US by joining action..
The Prime Minister today defended Britain's military action in Syria, insisting airstrikes were the right thing to do. Theresa May told the House of Commons she acted in the national interest, and not..
There are growing calls for a clear U.S. strategy in Syria following the airstrikes that targeted three Syrian chemical weapons facilities. CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane visited one of the..
The German government supported the airstrikes by the US, UK and France in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack. But a new report has said the airstrikes infringed upon international law. Deutsche Welle
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Russia has clashed again with the United States and its Western allies over Syria, saying airstrikes on suspected chemical sites in the war-torn nation have set back any.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.com •Seattle Times
Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain presented evidence to lawmakers that the Syrian regime had used chemical weapons on civilians earlier this month, and explained why she ordered airstrikes without.. NYTimes.com
The prime minister responded to allegations that she was "riding the coat-tails" of the United States. She argued the UK had to re-establish the global consensus against chemical weapons. Deutsche Welle
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face British lawmakers to explain her decision to launch airstrikes against Syria without a vote in Parliament. News24 Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOXNews.com
London stocks nudged a touch lower in early trade on Monday as investors assessed the impact of US-led airstrikes in Syria at the weekend, though Whitbread and Shire bright spots. At 0830 BST, the ... FinanzNachrichten.de