News Desk | April 16,2018 | 9:44 am
The announcement was made several hours after US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said that the US would not pull American troops out of Syria until its goals were accomplished.
Haley listed three goals for the US, ensuring that chemical weapons are not used in any way that pose a risk to American interests, that the Daesh terrorist group is defeated, and that there is a good vantage point to watch what Iran is doing.
Early on Saturday, the US, Britain and France carried out a string of airstrikes against Syria over a suspected chemical weapons attack against the city of Douma, located about 10 kilometers northeast of the capital Damascus.
The Syrian government has rejected claims that it was behind the suspected chemical attack near the capital Damascus on April 7. The attack purportedly took place in the former terrorist-held town of Douma in Eastern Ghouta.
OPCW experts began Syria mission
Meanwhile, a team of experts from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have commenced their investigation into the alleged chemical attack.
The Hague based team arrived in Syria several hours after the joint airstrikes on Syrian soil.
"We will ensure they can work professionally, objectively, impartially and free of any pressure," Assistant Syrian Foreign Minister Ayman Soussan was quoted by the AFP as saying.
Syria turned over its entire chemical stockpile under a deal negotiated by Russia and the United States back in 2013.
Anderson Cooper disproved the White Houses list of terrorist attacks it claimed the media underreported in the simplest mannerism attainable: By showing clips of his own coverage of those attacks.
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