US to impose new Russia sanctions over Syria: Haley

New Western air strikes in Syria would provoke

US to impose new Russia sanctions over Syria: Haley

"For we can not allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalised - either within Syria, on the streets of the United Kingdom or elsewhere". And so I think everyone is going to feel it at this point.

"You have to see it, whether you like it or not: without Russian Federation you won't be able to solve this conflict", German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said as he arrived for Monday's talks.

Congressman Peter Welch says he's appalled at the alleged chemical attack in Syria.

Damascus sky lights up with service to air missile fire as the U.S. launches an attack on Syria targeting different parts of the Syrian capital Damascus, Syria, early Saturday.

"We can not allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized, either within Syria, on the streets of the United Kingdom, or elsewhere", May plans to say, according to excerpts of her speech - linking the chemical attack in Syria with the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter last month with a military-grade nerve agent in the English city of Salisbury. "Mission Accomplished!" he declared.

On Sunday, Ms Haley made clear the United States would not be pulling troops out of Syria right away, saying USA involvement there "is not done".

He said the mission was "so perfectly carried out, with such prescion, that the only way the Fake News Media could demean was by my use of the term 'Mission Accomplished'".

"With the political and diplomatic actions that we're taking now, we wanted their friends Iran and Russian Federation to know that we meant business and that they were going to be feeling the pain from this as well", she said.

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British Foreign Secretary (Minister) Boris Johnson defended Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to take part in the attack, saying it was to deter further use of chemical weapons. Damascus and Moscow rejected claims that the government may be behind it and provided evidence that they said shows that the whole thing may have been fabricated, urging an impartial probe.

The most expansive proposal, which might have included strikes on Russian air defenses in Syria, was created to cripple the regime's military capabilities without touching Mr. Assad's political machinery.

Russian Federation and Iran have called the strikes a "military crime" and "act of aggression".

"We should keep on pushing for a solution through the U.N. Security Council".

Haley also said that although "it is all of our goal to see American troops come home", the United States won't leave Syria before accomplishing President Donald Trump's three major goals: eliminating the threat of chemical weapons attacks in Syria, defeating ISIS "completely and wholly", and making "sure that we had good grounds to watch what Iran was doing".

The three allies have produced a draft United Nations resolution which also includes proposals for an independent investigation into alleged toxic gas attacks to identify perpetrators.

The team of experts are set to investigate the April 7 attack east of the capital Damascus, which the Syrian government and its Russian ally deny ever took place. Mattis said that no follow-up strikes are planned, adding that the Pentagon was careful to ensure the safety of Russian and Syrian civilians nearby.

U.S. Joint Staff Director Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said the three nations had deployed 105 weapons against Syrian targets and all the Western nations' aircraft safely returned to their bases at the end of the strike mission.

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