After the U.S., France and United Kingdom hit Syria with airstrikes late Friday night in response to a chemical weapons attack ordered by al-Assad against civilians, Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana W. White said Russian Federation has already started to beef up its misinformation game on social media. He called on the United States to pressure Turkey to end its military expeditions in Syria.
"British Prime Minister Theresa May said in London that the West had tried "every possible" diplomatic means to stop Assad from using chemical weapons".
The Pentagon says they believe the airstrikes "attacked the heart of the Syrian chemical weapons program".
The following year, he wrote: "Remember the terrorists that Obama has been arming in Syria against Assad".
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KHQ will continue to update this list as statements from other officials are sent into the newsroom.
Pence said the strike was morally correct, because it was meant to prevent similar chemical attacks in the future.
Saeed Saeed, head of the Institution for the Development of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries, said the center was previously used by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) but now works on pharmaceutical products. "When our president draws a red line, our president enforces the red line", Haley said on Saturday.
In 2013, he said, "we should stay the hell out of Syria" and "Let the Arab League take care of Syria".
Western powers blamed President Bashar al-Assad, but Syria and its ally Russian Federation categorically denied the claims and accused the West of "fabricating" the incident to justify military action. Putin demanded a United Nations Security Council immediately.
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And Mr Juncker added: "This was not the first time the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons against civilians but it must be the last". "We know that it is now up to Bashar al-Assad on whether he's going to use chemical weapons again".
In short, Assad should have nothing to fear from using chemical weapons again.
For his part, McKenzie said three facilities that "were fundamental components of the regime's chemical weapons warfare infrastructure" had been targeted.
"None of our aircraft or missiles involved in this operation were successfully engaged by Syrian air defenses, and we have no indication that Russian air defense systems were deployed", McKenzie said. "This is not about intervening in a civil war".
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