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Russia fails in U.N. bid to condemn U.S.-led strikes on Syria

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - A Russian bid for the United Nations Security Council to condemn U.S., British and French air strikes on Syria over a suspected chemical weapons attack failed on Saturday after only China and Bolivia joined Russia to vote in favour of a draft resolution.


Group at rally disperses after handing memo to police

KUALA LUMPUR: Police quickly broke up the Nab A Thief (#TangkapPencuri) rally here with the crowd dispersing soon after handing over a memorandum to the force.


Algeria regrets Western air strikes against Syria, PM says

ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria has criticized air strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain against Syria, Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia said on Saturday.


Egypt says deeply concerned over military escalation in Syria

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt said on Saturday it was deeply concerned over a military escalation in Syria which could affect the safety of Syrian people and threaten agreements to curb tension.


Britain attacks Syria with cruise missiles to deter more chemical attacks

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain struck Syria with air-launched cruise missiles on Saturday to cripple President Bashar al-Assad's chemical weapons facilities and prevent what Prime Minister Theresa May cast as a global slide towards their greater use.


Full Text - French declassified intelligence report on Syria gas attacks

PARIS (Reuters) - France concluded after technical analysis of open sources and "reliable intelligence" that a chemical attack on Douma on April 7 was carried out by Syrian government forces, a declassified intelligence report showed on Saturday.


China says Syrian strikes violate international law, urges dialogue

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's foreign ministry said on Saturday that it believes a political settlement is the only way to resolve the Syrian issue and called for a full, fair and objective investigation into suspected chemical weapon attacks in Syria.


Factbox - Bombs don't make peace, opposition politicians tell British PM May

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S., British and French forces launched air strikes on Syria in response to a suspected poison gas attack that killed dozens of people, aiming to degrade its chemical weapons capabilities in the biggest intervention yet in the conflict by Western powers.


Russia likely to call U.N. meeting over Syria attack - Russian lawmaker

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian lawmaker Vladimir Dzhabarov said on Saturday that Russia was likely to call for a meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss U.S., British and French air strikes on Syria, RIA news agency reported.


After chemical weapons attack, Trump quickly changed tune on Syria

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - About 10 days ago, U.S. President Donald Trump told national security aides that he wanted U.S. forces out of Syria in six months or so, adamant that it was time to bring them home after largely defeating Islamic State militants.