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THE United States could strike Syria before the end of the week, senior US defence officials said, in a revenge strike for the chemical massacre that killed hundreds on August 21...The Syrian Government has denied using sarin shells to bomb the area,
The United States and its allies face a variety of risks in taking direct military action against Syria over allegations that it used chemical weapons against civilians, including more poison gas attacks and retaliation against American interests.
Missile strikes against Syria could be launched "as early as Thursday," senior US officials said on Tuesday as the White House intensified its push towards an international response to the suspected use of chemical weapons. The "three days" of
The U.K. government said it will present a resolution to the United Nations Security Council condemning last week's suspected chemical-weapons attack by the Syrian government and requesting authorization for all necessary measures to protect
Security Council a resolution that would authorize military intervention in Syria, Prime Minister David Cameron said. Cameron announced the plan on his Twitter page after the Labor Party decided to take a harder stand on the issue by making support
59 Zee Media Bureau/Supriya Jha Washington: Categorically blaming the Syrian regime for the chemical weapons attack, US Vice President Joe Biden said that Assad regime had clearly violated the international norms by doing so.
But he said the evidence was growing that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces were behind the chemical attack, and any government responsible for such an act needed to "pay a price". Senator Carr said the preference would be for a United
The United States and its allies are looking beyond the painfully divided U.N. Security Council to legitimize military action against Syria, trying to build a cohesive rationale for a strike and win broad international backing. The United States,
His remarks sounded a cautionary note that contrasted with the more bullish tone of government leaders ahead of two key gatherings: the National Security Council of senior ministers and military commanders on Wednesday and an emergency debate in
10 Zee Media Bureau/Supriya Jha Damascus: Two days after their convoy was shot at by unidentified snipers, UN arms inspectors resumed their probe into Syria chemical weapons attack on Wednesday. UN experts' inspection into the heinous chemical