Chemical weapons attack 'could easily happen' in US, Nikki Haley warns

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis briefs members of the media on the Syria airstrikes at the Pentagon on Friday night

Alex Wong via Getty Images Defense Secretary Jim Mattis briefs members of the media on the Syria airstrikes at the Pentagon on Friday night

Following coordinated air strikes by the U.S., Britain and France against Assad's chemical weapons infrastructure Friday night, Haley relayed to the U.N. Security Council on Saturday that the U.S. was "locked and loaded" should Assad use poison gas on his own people again.

ISI Image Sat International shared satellite images with Fox News, showing the Barzah Research and Development Center before and after the airstrikes.

"I think we dealt them a severe blow".

Three sites. Firstly, the Barzeh complex, which the U.S. says is a centre for development, production and testing of chemical and biological weapons, although Syria denies this.

The meeting came a day after USA -led strikes, launched together with Britain and France, hit three Syrian chemical weapons facilities.

President Trump thanked the United Kingdom and France for their "wisdom and power", saying the strike could not have "had a better result". Could not have had a better result.

FILE - President Trump speaks in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House on, April 13, 2018, in Washington, about the United States' military response to Syria's April 7 chemical weapons attack.

Among the contentious proposals, the draft resolution would establish an independent investigation of allegations of chemical attacks in Syria with the aim of identifying the perpetrators. "They went out to destroy critical chemical weapons infrastructure in Syria, and they did exactly that".

Britain will study the "options" with its allies if President Bashar al-Assad again uses chemical weapons against his people in Syria, but as yet there is nothing planned, foreign minister Boris Johnson said on April 15.

"Such attacks will not deter our armed forces and allied forces from persisting to crush what is left of the armed terrorist groups", the military said.
I will tell you the president is watching and I think the national security team is ready. The treaty does, however, prohibit the use of chlorine as a weapon.

However, it reminded people of Bush's statement aboard a naval ship in 2003, when he claimed: 'In the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed'.

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"The UN Security Council must rise above acrimony and rancour and instead unite to exercise their responsibility to end the bloodshed as well as to bring about peace and security to that beleaguered country", it said. We have tried at the European Union.

In the Mediterranean, U.S. Navy submarine the John Warner launched six missiles. As the justification for Saturday's strikes, the United States and its allies cited what they said was "proof" that the Syrian government had carried out the attack.

· From the French side, the strikes involved 12 cruise missiles, fighter jets and warships.

That was enough of a message for the USA authorities and the strike evidently achieved nothing.

Assad was determined "to butcher his way" to an overwhelming victory and only the Russians could pressure him to come to the negotiating table in Geneva, Johnson said.

Air missile fire is seen over Damascus after a US attack on Syria on April 14.

White also said Russian Federation has begun a disinformation campaign on the situation. "These courageous believers returned to their homes to be a light and many of them live in Homs and Damascus-near the targeted strikes", the statement explained.

The Russian disinformation campaign continues.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said he strongly supported the US, UK and France's airstrikes.

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