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Russian Federation says Britain helped fake Syria chemical attack

Russian Federation says Britain helped fake Syria chemical attack

In a post made on Twitter, Johnson said: "Welcome the news of United Kingdom military strikes against major chemical weapons facilities in Syria alongside our U.S. and French allies". These military operations are being done in those places where there were chemical attacks last week.

In a statement released on Facebook, Corbyn, who is also the head of Labour Party, said: "Theresa May should have sought parliamentary approval, not tailed after Donald Trump".

Prime Minister Theresa May held an emergency cabinet meeting to discuss joining mooted strikes by the USA and allies, with ministers agreeing "on the need to take action", her Downing Street office said in a statement.

Trump said that he plans to pay a "heavy" price instead of the rule of Bashar al-Assad and its chemical and chemical attack in Russian and Iranian allies Syria.

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The Syrian dictator has yet again flouted the long-standing global ban on the use of such weapons.

Recent tensions in Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons in Dumas in Eastern Dive In this attack 74 people, including 28 children, were killed. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford said the targets included a Syrian research facility and a chemical weapons storage facility. This is a new chapter in the Seven Years Old Civil War.

Other opposition leaders joined in the criticism.

Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said it is "vital that parliament has the chance to debate and decide in advance" of any military action, which he warned "risks a unsafe escalation of the conflict".