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U.S. military forces stand ready to strike Syria at once if President Barack Obama gives the order, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Tuesday as the United States prepared to declare formally that chemical weapons had been used in the Syrian civil
Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 In this image taken from amateur video posted online, appearing to show a presumed UN staff member measuring and photographing a canister in the suburb of Moadamiyeh in Damascus, Syria, Monday Aug. 26, 2013, the suburb of
U.S. officials said the growing intelligence pointed strongly toward Bashar Assad's government as the culprit a claim Assad called "preposterous." The U.S., along with allies in Europe, appeared to be laying the groundwork for the most aggressive
The U.S. military stands ready to strike Syria at once if President Barack Obama gives the order, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Tuesday as the United States prepared to formally declare that chemical weapons had been used in the Syrian civil war.
The Syrian government's alleged chemical weapons attack, which killed more than 300 civilians, is a test for the international community, says a Syrian immigrant to Saskatoon. "We think this is an actual test to see if the international community was
US forces are "ready to go" if called on to strike the Syrian regime, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told the BBC Tuesday, saying evidence pointed to its use of chemical weapons. The comments by Hagel, on a tour of Southeast Asia, will add to mounting
Font Resize The shelling of suburban Damascus with a suspected nerve agent last week was potentially the third large-scale use of a chemical weapon in the Middle East and may have broken the longest period in history without such an attack. If
President Barack Obama commented that the use of chemical weapons in Syria would constitute the crossing of a red line, one that would change my calculus; that would change my equation. His resolve was first tested this spring, when, after Syrian
Prime Minister David Cameron has recalled parliament to discuss the United Kingdom's response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria even as the British Army on Tuesday began drawing up "contingency plans" for an intervention in the region.
54 Damascus/London: Syria Tuesday challenged Western nations to provide evidence on the involvement of Syrian troops in chemical weapons use even as Britain's armed forces started working on contingency plans in case of military action in the