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Haley warns Assad: Trump 'watching,' USA work in Syria 'not done'

16 Avril 2018

Military forces from the United States, United Kingdom and France launched a targeted assault against targets connected to Syria's chemical weapons program.

She also suggested that Russian Federation wasn't helpful in pursing global diplomatic responses to the chemical attack, saying the 105 missiles launched by the U.S., France and the United Kingdom at three Syrian sites connected to the making and storing of chemical weapons "didn't have to happen". Russia, whose ties with the West have sunk to levels of the Cold War-era, denies any gas attack in Douma and said Britain staged it to whip up anti-Russian hysteria.

However, it reminded people of Bush's statement aboard a naval ship in 2003, when he claimed: 'In the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed'.

"There's been so much anticipation all week".

"The Syrian response was remarkably ineffective in all domains", the general also said. "We were not looking to kill people", she said.

"I didn't see you raising your voice against President Obama's inaction in Syria that led us refugees, that made us refugees get kicked out of Syria. So it was mission accomplished".

However, the question is are Syrians really happy with the strikes and is Trump's declaration of "mission accomplished" actually true?

That bid however failed, with only China and Bolivia voting alongside Russian Federation to condemn the air strikes.

While Trump announced the "precision strikes" in Syria, Trudeau has ruled out any Canadian participation.

Given the outcry from opponents of Trump, May and Macron, the military action may now be over - but the fallout has only just begun.

Pro-regime forces in Syria opened fire on buses carrying rebels and civilians from Eastern Ghouta, killing a 14-year-old boy, a monitor said Sunday.

Asked about US-Russia relations, Haley said ties were "very strained" but that the United States still hoped for a better relationship. He was able to reach his family and is relieved that they are safe. However, airfields can easily be rebuilt.

The text calls for a ceasefire resolution adopted in February but which never materialized to finally take hold and "demands" that President Bashar al-Assad's government engage in peace talks "in good faith, constructively and without preconditions". "The U.S. and its allies should be prepared to conduct larger follow on attacks as needed". US commanders put their forces on higher alert for possible retaliation after the strikes.

Kassem Eid survived a chemical attack in Syria in 2013, and in the wake of Friday night's missile strike, he'd like nothing more than to buy President Donald Trump a beer.

"They are unlikely to alter the overall trajectory of the Syrian civil war and will not prevent Assad from continuing to slaughter his rebelling population with conventional munitions".

British Prime Minister Theresa May will face criticism on Monday for bypassing parliament to join weekend air strikes against Syria, with some lawmakers calling for a potentially damaging vote on her future strategy. As a result of the airstrike, buildings were destroyed. "They'll bomb for a day or two and then the regime will take it out on us", he said.

Critics, however, claimed Sunday that Trump was premature.

Haley warns Assad: Trump 'watching,' USA work in Syria 'not done'