A cease-fire in southern Syria brokered by the U.S. and Russia “will save lives,” the president also is tweeting.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said such back-channel communications don’t bother him and would not be harmful to U.S. security interests.
You would think the airlines would have the handling of this kind of situation well thought out.
Syrian authorities still possess and use chemical weapons, an American diplomat told the international chemical weapons watchdog on Thursday.
Russia vetoed a Western-backed U.N. resolution Wednesday that would have condemned the reported use of chemical weapons in Syria.
The United States and Russia laid bare their deep and dangerous divides on Syria and other matters Wednesday.
A senior U.S. official said Monday a drone operated by Russians was flying over a hospital as victims of the attack were rushing to get treatment.
As lawmakers called on the president to consult Congress about Syria, administration officials sent mixed signals on the scope of U.S. involvement.
The airstrikes on the opposition-held town of Khan Sheikhoun, where 87 people were killed in the chemical attack, killed a woman and wounded her son.
Trump took pride in his flexibility over Syria, changing his views on the spot after he saw pictures of victims of the chemical weapons attacks.
Assad must be removed from office. The genocide must be stopped. And the free world, at long last, must show some moral courage.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel declared his support for President Donald Trump’s missile strike against Syria to retaliate for a deadly chemical weapons attack.
This bait-and-switch maneuver by Trump is making the world more dangerous with his phony bellicosity.
The terrorist group says he was killed in a “Crusader strike” in Syria, calling it “another in the crimes of America and its Crusader alliance.”
The President-elect must get his friend Vladimir Putin to demand Bashar Assad respect safe zones