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'Mission Accomplished' in Syria, Trump declares on Twitter

16 April 2018

Russian officials and Trump have exchanged heated rhetoric since Trump began talk of a USA response to the alleged chemical attack throughout the past week.

Two sessions of the UN Security Council failed to calm the tensions between Russian Federation and the United States, which are on opposite sides in the conflict in Syria, while the USA responded to Russian Federation placing the Black Sea Fleet on alert by announcing that the Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier and a group of ships accompanying it will be stationed in the Mediterranean starting on Wednesday.

At a House Armed Services Committee hearing on the Pentagon's 2019 budget request, Mattis said that because the USA had no one at the site of the suspected chemical attack in Syria last Saturday, the US has no hard evidence of what happened.

U.S. President Donald Trump's entry into the White House was so welcomed by a clan of Russian warriors, they made him an honorary member.

In case of escalation, Russian Federation could use air bases of its ally Iran to deploy more aircraft closer to Syria. "You shouldn't be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!" Russian Federation said it deployed military police in Douma on Thursday after the town was taken over by government forces.

The military action is a response to an apparent chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of people earlier this month.

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When Syrian President Bashar Assad's government was teetering on the brink of collapse in 2015, it took Putin just a few weeks to mount a military campaign that saved Russia's longtime ally and eventually turned the tide of war in his favor.

Kuwait's national carrier says it is suspending flights to Lebanon in line with security warnings from airline authorities concerning a possible strike on neighboring Syria.

An aide to Iran's supreme leader says he hopes Syrian forces will "expel the American occupiers" in the country's northeast after they retake other areas of the country from insurgents.

It comes after UK Prime Minister Theresa May spoke with President Trump and the pair agreed "the Assad regime had established a pattern of risky behaviour in relation to the use of chemical weapons". During one speech, he said, "We must as a nation be more unpredictable".

The council failed on Tuesday to approve three draft resolutions on chemical weapons attacks in Syria. Trump wrote on Twitter after having warned Russian Federation the previous day to "get ready" for missile strikes that he said "will be coming".

Asked about the Swedish proposal, Nebenzia said Russian Federation will study it, but that "frankly in the circumstances we are finding ourselves now, this is not an immediate priority".

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Turkey's foreign ministry said the airstrikes were "an appropriate response to the chemical attack". Both the Russian military and the Syrian government said they would facilitate the mission and ensure the inspectors' security.

While next moves for the administration's counter response are still under consderation, the president has called off his weekend plans of heading to the Summit of the Americas and instead will be staying in the U.S.to focus on a Syria response.

Polyakov told Rosbalt.Ru: "When the USA presidential elections were held in 2016, the State Duma celebrated Trump's victory with champagne and Vladimir Putin congratulated him".

May's office said they agreed on the need to deter Assad's government from further such attacks. Two health facilities were also reportedly affected by the attacks.

Military officials must consider the response from Russian Federation, which has threatened to conduct counter-strikes against the United States and has positioned some of its most advanced weaponry, including the stealth SU-57 fighter, in Syria. Activities of US nationals, even those who are high-class specialists, will be halted. The White House has stopped calling for Assad's ouster, while the US military is racing to defeat remnants of the Islamic State before it is required to withdraw the 2,000 USA troops there.

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'Mission Accomplished' in Syria, Trump declares on Twitter