Chemical weapons inspectors will be given access to Syria gas attack site tomorrow
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 () The US has accused the Kremlin of blocking international experts from reaching the scene of the gas attack in Douma, Syria - and said Russians may have tampered with evidence on the ground.
American sources say the U.S., French, and British attacks on suspected chemical weapons facilities in Syria did not make as large a dent in President Bashar al-Assad's capabilities as White House.. Source: Reuters Studio -
Roger Waters said on Friday, April 13, at a concert in Barcelona that the Syrian Civil Defense group, more commonly known as the White Helmets, were a “fake organization that exists only to.. Source: Storyful Studio -
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Wednesday that the Syrian government was responsible for delays in inspectors reaching sites of a suspected chemical weapons attack, a strategy they had used.. Source: Reuters Studio -
Chemical weapons investigators are due to travel Wednesday to Syria--if it's safe enough.
They'll inspect the site of a suspected Syrian chemical weapon attack in Douma.
A UN security team has.. Source: Wochit -
On April 14, 2018, the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS John Warner (SSN 765) launched tomahawk missiles from the Mediterranean Sea as part of a multi-national strike operation against the.. Source: NYDN tronc -
In an interview, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov categorically denied the allegations that Russia had anything to do with tampering at the site of an alleged chemical attack that took place in.. Source: IBTimes US -
According to a report by Reuters, global chemical weapons inspectors were finally allowed into the Syrian town where a suspected poison gas attack took place, days after the United States, Britain and.. Source: Wochit News -