Missiles coming to Syria

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President Trump has sent mixed messages on the US response, warning Russian Federation in a tweet Wednesday to "get ready" for USA missile strikes in Syria in retaliation for the attack.

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"Everyone is going to feel it at this point", Haley said, warning of consequences for Assad's foreign allies.

May said she would chair a meeting of Britain's National Security Council.

"The issue is not so much risks, as much as it is the calibration that the United States is seeking", said Mr Bokhari. Trump wrote in a Thursday morning tweet that an attack could happen "very soon or not so soon at all".

A day after warning Russian Federation in a tweet that "missiles will be coming" to Syria, President Trump said on Twitter that an airstrike was not necessarily imminent.

Russian military police have started patrolling the site of last weekend's alleged chemical attack in Syria. "The United States has developed a new generation of electronic warfare munitions and decoys created to help US strikes reach their targets, which could also see action". Bush addressed sailors aboard a Navy ship in May 2003 alongside a "Mission Accomplished" banner, just weeks before it became apparent that Iraqis had organized an insurgency that would tie down USA forces for years. Under the War Powers Resolution, the president must keep Congress informed of such actions.

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On Monday, the president said he isn't ruling out military action.

"The situation in the world is becoming more and more chaotic but all the same we hope that common sense will finally prevail and global relations will take a constructive path", he said.

Parliament refused United Kingdom participation in a planned punitive raid on Syria in 2013, one of the reasons then-US President Barack Obama called off the raid and left the French high and dry. "These are not the actions of a man; they are crimes of a monster instead", Trump said. "We convinced him to remain".

But afterward the White House said that "no final decision has been made". According to the United Nations envoy for Syria, an estimated 400,000 Syrians have been killed since 2011.

While the U.S. relationship with Russian Federation has been getting worse and worse for months, the upcoming Syria strikes seem to threaten to make the situation far worse.

Trump has maintained that both Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who supports the Assad regime, are to blame, but the USA has not formally confirmed either's involvement publicly.

Western powers are thought to be preparing for strikes but Syria's ally Russian Federation opposes such action, the BBC reported on Friday. However, there was a growing row over whether MPs needed to give the green light for military action.

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Trump and other Western leaders have vowed a quick and forceful response to Saturday's alleged gas attack, which rescue workers say killed more than 40 people.

The same officials say Syria has continued to produce or procure chlorine, which also has industrial and agricultural uses. That sealed a major victory for Assad in the war, crushing a protracted rebellion in the eastern Ghouta region near the capital Damascus.

The strikes "successfully hit every target", Ms White told reporters at the Pentagon.

Trump has long expressed opposition to "telegraphing" U.S. military moves.

US President Donald Trump has threatened to strike Syria with missiles while he, back in 2013, had asked "foolish" Barack Obama (then US president) not to attack the Arab country! The U.S. government has not generally supported arguments by human rights advocates for humanitarian interventions.

Meanwhile, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said its experts in Syria will start investigations on Saturday.

US President Donald Trump welcomes the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Khalifa Al-Thani (not pictured) at the White House in Washington, April 10, 2018. Or will they be extended strikes that serve the broader objective of undermining the regime's military capabilities?

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Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said missiles first struck a scientific research centre in the Damascus area that he said was a centre of Syrian research, development, production and testing of chemical and biological warfare technology.

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