Syria conflict: Britain says no more Syria strikes planned as Assad condemns ‘act of aggression’

Syria conflict: Britain says no more Syria strikes planned as Assad condemns ‘act of aggression’

Updated April 15, 2018 23:36:29 Western powers have no plans for further missile strikes on Syria but will assess their options if Damascus uses chemical weapons again, Britain’s Foreign Minister says, as debate rages over the legality and effectiveness of the strikes. Key points: It is unclear when the Syrian …

Syria conflict: Western air strikes were an act of aggression, President Bashar al-Assad says

Syria conflict: Western air strikes were an act of aggression, President Bashar al-Assad says

Posted April 15, 2018 19:48:18 Photo: Russia has provided military support to Mr Assad in Syria. (Reuters: SANA handout) Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has accepted an invitation to visit Russia, according to Russian news agencies, after telling a group of Russian politicians that Western missile strikes on his country were …

Syrian air strikes an ‘act of aggression’, Vladimir Putin says

Syrian air strikes an ‘act of aggression’, Vladimir Putin says

Updated April 14, 2018 19:12:59 Photo: The air strikes were aimed to stop further chemical attacks by the Assad regime. (AP Photo: Hassan Ammar) Russian President Vladimir Putin has denounced a strike on Syria launched by the United States and its allies as an “act of aggression” that will exacerbate …