SYRIAN doctors have been ordered at gunpoint to deny chemical attacks or their children will be killed. A medic in Douma reported they were being forced to say there was no gas attack, with the fate of their children used against them. Labour MP Geraint D
A PROTEST by Stop the War attended by leading Corbynista MPs was filled with pro-Assad apologists who said the Syrian tyrant was a “very good man” because “he’s a doctor”. At the event outside Parliament last night the Labour MP and former
CHURCH leaders were last night branded “useful idiots” after meeting and praising the Syrian government just days after the Douma gas attack. A delegation of prominent Anglican vicars held a series of meetings with the Assad regime in Damascus just ho
The barrage of 105 missiles that rained down on western Syria early Saturday morning intended to deter Syrian President Bashar Assad from launching chemical weapons attacks on his own people, but the military operation raises fresh questions about what ha
The Pentagon said Saturday that the U.S.-led allied missile strikes in Syria successfully hit all three targets and have “significantly crippled” Syrian President Bashar Assad’s ability to make more chemical weapons.
The nation's oldest and largest advocacy group for Syrian Americans said Friday that it applauded President Donald Trump’s decision to take military action in Syria and enforce international law prohibiting the use of chemical weapons.
The US will respond to the Assad regime's alleged chemical attack against Syrian civilians, US Ambassador Nikki Haley told the United Nations as she excoriated Russia, saying its hands are "covered in the blood of Syrian children."
Former President Barack Obama's National Security Council spokesman admitted President Trump "was handed a mess" with Syria, but added Trump still hasn't curbed the brutality of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime.
JEREMY CORBYN today refused to blame Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad for the chemical attack on Syrian citizens. And the leftie Labour boss has a long history of standing up for the regime – while opposing the West’s attempts to hit back again
It may be more difficult than President Donald Trump might wish to make Iran and Russia pay a "big price" for the suspected chemical attack in Syria over the weekend, one that he has accused the Syrian regime of carrying out with the support of its allies
THERESA MAY is today under pressure to take military action in Syria after dozens were killed in a chemical attack. Tory MPs have called on the Prime Minister to launch bombing raids on the country’s dictator Bashar al-Assad. And they urged Mrs May