Algeria regrets Western air strikes against Syria, PM says

Algeria regrets Western air strikes against Syria, PM says

"We need real, long-term commitment to bring peace to Syria". "We can't control what a country does to its people". Putin said such actions will inevitably lead to "chaos" in worldwide relations, according to a readout released by the Kremlin. While he declared success, the Pentagon said the pummeling of three chemical-related facilities left enough others intact to enable the Assad government to use banned weapons against civilians if it chooses.

"Good souls will not be humiliated", Assad tweeted, while hundreds of Syrians gathered in Damascus, the capital, where they flashed victory signs and waved flags in scenes of defiance after the early morning barrage.

"Assad knew that Russian Federation had its back, Assad knew that Russian Federation would cover for them at the United Nations, and Assad got reckless, and he used it in a way that was far more aggressive", she said.

While some Syrians are in favour of air strikes, others say foreign aggression isn't the answer.

When asked on "Fox News Sunday" about "how our relationship with Russian Federation has changed this week", Haley said that relations are "very strained". We never want to see that ghastly spectre return. Syrian air defenses hit several incoming missiles, state-run media said. "We were not looking to kill people", she said.

DAMASCUS: International inspectors launched their investigation Sunday into an alleged chemical attack near Damascus that prompted an unprecedented wave of Western strikes against Syria´s regime. In an apparent slight at Trump, who claimed this week that the new missiles would be "nice, new and smart", Moscow said some of the equipment was designed as long ago as the 1950s. Moscow condemned the Western states for refusing to wait for OPCW's findings before attacking. It was not clear when the visit would take place.

"A shame on humanity", said Hadi al Bahra, a member of the opposition Syrian Negotiating Commission. If Assad ignores Friday's relatively modest military strike and continues to use chemical weapons, Trump faces an hard choice.

"This is not about regime change".

"Many were excited there is finally something happening, that the (Syrian President Bashar) Assad regime will see some consequences, but other people were quite anxious about civilian casualties, further destruction of Syria", Khatib said. "We've attacked the heart of the Syrians' chemical weapons program", McKenzie said.

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Orders from President Donald Trump to launch airstrikes in Syria is drawing mixed reactions in Chicago.

But he appeared to contradict that message when he said on Saturday that Western allies were prepared to "sustain" the military response if Assad does not stop using prohibited chemical weapons.

The two leaders "found that this illegal action seriously damaged the prospects of a political settlement in Syria", a Kremlin statement said. Corbyn said. "The legal basis. would have to be self defense or the authority of the UN Security Council". Corbyn said in an interview with the BBC. "With support from Russian Federation and Iran". Russian Federation doesn't have "very good friends".

A Trump administration official, briefing reporters, said the U.S. assessed that sarin was also used in the 7 April attack but suggested that USA information on sarin came from analysis of reports from news media and other public sources of information, as opposed to United States intelligence.

The visiting Russians described Assad as being in a "good mood". "But no, we are not going to have any one-on-one talks with Assad".

The extent to which the volleys of cruise missiles set back Assad's chemical weapons program is also in doubt, because the Pentagon acknowledged that the strikes had not targeted all of the facilities involved in the development and production of such weapons. Le Drian called for the jihadist groups that dominate the area to be disarmed and for Russian Federation to order Syria to hold back from further assaults.

Internationally, gold and oil are expected to extend gains on Monday, albeit modestly, when the markets open for the first time since the missile attack. -China trade dispute and the escalating conflict in Syria, which also pushed oil above $70 a barrel on concerns over a spike in Middle Eastern tensions.

Although officials said the singular target was Assad's chemical weapons capability, his air force, including helicopters he allegedly has used to drop chemical weapons on civilians, were spared.

But then, there also still is the matter of Syria's remaining chemical weapons.

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