Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Ayatollah Khamenei calls US, UK, French leaders criminals


The organization has previously determined that chemical weapons have been used in Syria.

On Saturday, the UN Security Council rejected a resolution put forward by Russian Federation condemning the strikes by the US, Britain, and France.

"Vladimir Putin, in particular, stressed that if such actions committed in violation of the UN Charter continue, then it will inevitably lead to chaos in worldwide relations", a Kremlin statement said.

Because the U.S., British and French attack on Syria to punish its regime for its vile use of chemical weapons - and Russia's vow to respond - is actually just the second-most unsafe confrontation unfolding in that country.

Berman, they added, "can prevent further disparity in Mr. Atilla's treatment" by taking into account the leniency afforded those banks and their employees, both USA and non-US citizens, who violated sanctions. "The Russian and Iranian responses will likely be shrill rhetorically, but direct responses are unlikely", said Dennis Ross, a longtime West Asia expert who has worked for several Presidents. "A combined operation with the armed forces of France and the United Kingdom is now under way". People clashed with security forces in cities large and small, chanting their disapproval of the waste of their money in Lebanon and Syria, and demanding regime change.


"Israel will receive the required responses sooner or later", he said, adding, "They can not take (such) an action and be exempt from punishment". In 2015, Russia, too, entered the conflict on the side of the regime.

Haley said that the United States would not pull its troops out of Syria until its goals were accomplished.

USA prosecutors accused Atilla, 47, a Turkish citizen, of conspiring with wealthy gold trader Reza Zarrab and others in using fraudulent gold and food transactions to help Iran evade sanctions.

In Damascus, Assad told a group of visiting Russian lawmakers that the Western missile strikes were an act of aggression, Russian news agencies reported.

Iran's leaders vowed retaliation for the attack, but did nothing; they understand very well that the situation in Syria could become even uglier, and they would pay a heavy price.

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