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America, Britain and France strike Syria over suspected chemical weapons attack

America, Britain and France strike Syria over suspected chemical weapons attack
Written by Abhishek Lohia

American President Donald Trump has approved military action in Syria. These military operations are being done in those places where there were chemical attacks last week. According to Donald Trump, Britain and France are also supporting America in this military action. Addressing to the country, President Donald Trump said: “A joint campaign has been started with France and Britain”. There is news of the blasts near the Syrian capital Damascus. Recent tensions in Syria’s alleged use of chemical weapons in Dumas in Eastern Dive In this attack 74 people, including 28 children, were killed. After which US President Donald Trump blamed the Syrian government for the attack and warned them of military action. As soon as President Donald Trump announced the military air strikes in the White House, a terrible explosion was heard in the Syrian capital, and the smoke appeared in the sky. This is a new chapter in the Seven Years Old Civil War. He said that joint operation with the Armed Forces of France and Britain is in progress. We thank the two countries. This massacre is a big increase in the trend of chemical weapons used by that terrible government. ‘

Before this, Donald Trump warned Russia on the intervention of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and said that American missiles would come in response to the alleged chemical attack on civilian people in Syria. “Russia will send any or all missiles fired on Syria There is a resolution to be dropped. Russia should be ready because they are going to arrive, and new and smart, ‘smart.’ You should not be a partner of gas killing, killing his people and enjoying it.

Trump said that he plans to pay a ‘heavy’ price instead of the rule of Bashar al-Assad and its chemical and chemical attack in Russian and Iranian allies Syria. Remarks, However, Russia said that its military experts did not find any evidence of chemical attacks and said that the rebels would have created this conspiracy or rumour spread to defame Syria.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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