Syria's chemical weapons won't be ignored, says Johnson

The foreign secretary has warned that global powers will not "turn a blind eye" to the use of chemical weapons, a day after US-led strikes in Syria.
Writing in the Telegraph, Boris Johnson said countries should know President Assad has not "got away with it".
It comes after Downing Street published its legal case for its part in the strikes, which targeted military bases.
Sites near Damascus and Homs were hit in response to an alleged chemical attack on the town of Douma.
In the paper, Mr Johnson described the use of toxic weapons as "vile, sick and barbaric"... read more

 
15 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 59
Source: BBC
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