Syrian war 'must process as it will,' British FM says


The Group of Seven leading industrialized nations has issued a joint statement endorsing the US -led air strikes in Syria.

In Istanbul, protesters outside the French Consulate demonstrated against the "imperialist aggression in Syria" while those in Baghdad carried Syrian flags as a show of unity as they burned USA flags. Moscow condemned the Western states for refusing to wait for the OPCW's findings before attacking.

"Yes, yes, yes - a million times yes to Bashar al-Assad", said Radina Awad, another participant who wore sunglasses.

Russian Federation and Iran have called the action a "military crime" and "act of aggression".

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the European Union wants to use a major meeting on Syria in Brussels next week to give impetus to United Nations peace efforts following Saturday's airstrikes.

A Kremlin statement said Mr Putin and his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, agreed during a telephone conversation that the air strikes had damaged the chances of achieving a political resolution of the conflict in Syria.

A Kremlin statement on Sunday quoted Russian President Vladimir Putin as having told Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani that the missile strike was a violation of the United Nations charter and that future such actions "will inevitably lead to chaos in global relations". Iran's Supreme Leader called the attack a crime and the country's Revolutionary Guard Corps said it gave "the resistance a more open hand", although it did not threaten to retaliate.

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"We are determined to completely crush ISIS and create the conditions that will prevent its return." she said.

"The idea that we should not be going to war or attacking other countries is not even one that is in the general discourse", said Alyssa Pariah, a member of Don't Shoot Portland.

When asked whether Russian Federation was prepared to work with the proposals of Western countries at the UN, Ryabkov told TASS news agency: "Now the political situation is extremely tense, the atmosphere is extremely electrified, so I will not make any predictions".

The US, France and Britain launched 105 missiles against Syria on Saturday, targeting three sites they said were linked to a chemical weapons programme. When pressed, however, he acknowledged that some unspecified portion of Assad's chemical arms infrastructure was not targeted.

The US said it suspected sarin gas also was used.

A team from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) arrived in the Syrian capital on Saturday to carry out an investigation into the alleged chemical weapons attack on the town of Douma, where opposition activists said more than 40 people were killed. It later deployed another 5,000 security forces there.

She said it would affect companies "dealing with equipment related to Assad and any chemical weapons use" as Russian Federation needed to feel the consequences for "protecting" the Assad regime.

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Over the last 25 years, after the USA became the sole global power with the collapse of the Soviet Union, there have been efforts to develop the right to protect, essentially giving authority for attacking a regime to stop genocidal attacks on its people.

He continued, "Russia must decide if it will continue down this dark path or if it will join with civilized nations as a force for stability and peace".

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov says Moscow would make every effort to improve political relations with the West, TASS news agency reports.

The comments came after the announcement that the prepared to ramp up pressure against Russian Federation in the form of economic sanctions in a bid to halt Moscow's support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, who is accused of perpetrating the recent chemical attack.

Trump, she said, has "talked to our allies and said they need to step up more".

France has continued to talk regularly with Russian Federation even as East-West tensions have grown.

British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron were both due to face their respective legislatures on Monday. "Our warnings have been left unheard", Anatoly Antonov, Russia's ambassador to the USA, wrote on Facebook.

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U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson insisted that the strike against Syria's alleged chemical arms infrastructure was a one-time move, even as the US signaled it's ready to punish the Middle Eastern country again if it keeps using banned weapons. He said the airstrikes were proportionate and showed "the world has said enough is enough".