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Amerika Syarikat telah melancarkan sekurang - kurangnya 59 peluru berpandu menyasarkan rejim Syria, sebagai tindak balas terhadap serangan senjata kimia mengorbankan 72 orang awam, termasuk kanak-kanak di Khan Sheikhoun, Idlib.

Peluru berpandu itu dilepaskan dari kapal perang AS di Laut Mediterranean menyasarkan pusat bandar Homs yang menempatkan pesawat tentera rejim yang melakukan serangan senjata kimia Selasa lalu.

Presiden AS, Donald Trump berkata, tentera negara itu telah melakukan serangan peluru berpandu terhadap Syria sebagai tindak balas penggunaan senjata kimia oleh rejim Syria minggu ini yang turut mencederakan ratusan orang awam.

Itu jer alasan Amerika nak cabul negara asing? 

US Launches Dozens of Missiles Into Syria in Response to Chemical Attack

Kremlin tells U.S. it's 'one step from war' as Trump warns he will hit Syria AGAIN after his attack on Russia's ally Assad triggers fears of World War Three

Kremlin warns the US it is 'on the verge of a military clash with Russia' as President Trump says he will hit Syria AGAIN after his attack on Putin's ally Assad triggers new fears of World War Three



Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev denounced Donald Trump for attacking ‘the legitimate government of Syria’ and for allegedly breaking international law without the approval of the UN. The US President warned he would do it again after unleashing a surprise attack on the Syrian regime with a massive show of firepower. In the first direct American raid on Bashar al Assad’s forces, Mr Trump authorised the firing of 59 cruise missiles at a military airfield. Officials said it was retaliation for Assad’s use of chemical weapons and would ‘deter’ further atrocities. The US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, said that her country had taken ‘a very measured step’. She added: ‘We are prepared to do more but we hope that will not be necessary.’

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Langkah diambil sebagai tindak balas serangan senjata kimia rejim Bashar Al-Assad terhadap orang awam di barat laut Syria

Sebanyak 59 buah peluru berpandu jenis tomahawk telah dilancarkan oleh armada laut Amerika Syarikat dari kapal perang Navy Destroyer di Laut Mediterranean.

Officials said it was retaliation for Assad’s use of chemical weapons and would ‘deter’ further atrocities. The US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley (above), said that her country had taken ‘a very measured step’. She added: ‘We are prepared to do more but we hope that will not be necessary’
Destruction: These images show the extent of the destruction wrought on Syria's al-Shayrat military airfield by US Tomahawk missiles on Thursday
Damage: The photos show that the missiles - which were launched from 150 miles away by US destroyers - were terrifyingly accurate, slamming down on the shelters and ripping up runways
‘The US strike was a proportionate response to unspeakable acts that gave rise to overwhelming humanitarian distress,’ said UK ambassador Matthew Rycroft
Russia’s envoy to the UN called the attack a ‘flagrant violation of international law and an act of aggression’
The two old Cold War superpowers clashed at the UN Security Council where a Russian envoy claimed US ‘aggression’ had strengthened terrorism.

But Mrs Haley said the Russian government held ‘considerable responsibility’ for Assad’s use of chemical weapons.

‘Every time Assad has crossed the line of human decency, Russia has stood beside him,’ she said.




Vladimir Putin responded to the attack against his ally by diverting warship the Admiral Grigorovich to protect the Syrian coast and vowing to bolster Assad’s missile defences against further bombing raids
At the UN, Britain came out in strong support of its ally ‘because war crimes have consequences and the greatest war criminal of all, Bashar al Assad (left), has now been put on notice,’ said UK ambassador Mr Rycroft. Right, the remains of one of the hangars obliterated by US missiles fired from destroyers overnight
In an emotive broadcast in the early hours of yesterday morning, Mr Trump said he was responding to the Syrian regime’s attack – believed to have involved sarin nerve agents – on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun which left at least 72 people dead, including 20 children
Abdul Hamid al-Youssef cradles the bodies of his dead twins after they were killed in the chemical attack
Weapon of choice: The £1million one-ton Tomahawk missiles destroy targets with pinpoint accuracy
Assad's base in ruins: Dramatic satellite photos reveal how airfield pounded with 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles is 'almost completely destroyed' after punishment for deadly chemical weapon attack
Destruction: These images show the extent of the destruction wrought on Syria's al-Shayrat military airfield by US Tomahawk missiles on Thursday. Note the holes punched through the tops of the thick concrete aircraft shelters
Aftermath: This is the aftermath of one of the Tomahawk missile strikes, underneath one of the protective concrete plane shelters. US officials said that 20 Syrian jets were destroyed in the attack
Twisted: Twisted and shredded metal is all that's left of this ravaged plane after the bombardment. The Syrian government said at least seven soldiers were killed and nine wounded, though the US had tried to avoid barracks and populated buildings
Unscathed: This collection of five jets on al-Sharyat Air Base somehow escaped the bombing raid, despite being located out in the open, on a patchy grass plain
Inside the Mar-a-Lago war room: President Trump is briefed on a video link with his advisers and cabinet members around him. Trump was meeting with Chinese Premier Xi Jinping when he was pushed into action
WHO SUPPORTS WHO IN THE BATTLE FOR SYRIA? 



PRO ASSAD
Russia - Gives military support, condemns the US airstrikes and suspends deal not to clash mid-air
Iran - Close strategic allies with Syria and has provided significant support including $8.69billion
North Korea - UN probe found that North Korea was supplying arms to Syria
Iraq - The Iraqi Government provided financial support and transported supplies
Algeria - Rumours suggest Algerian military aircraft is regularly landing in Syria
Venezuela - The South American country has shipped tens of millions of dollars worth of diesel to Syria
Lebanon - Police arrested family after they protested about the Syrian Government
Belarus - President Alexander Lukashenko supported Moscow's involvement and offered air strike
Lebanese Hezbollah Party - Involvement has been substantial and has deployed troops since 2012

ANTI ASSAD
US - President Donald Trump launched first airstrikes since six-year civil war started
UK - Supports US cruise airstrikes as Theresa May said chemical attack was 'despicable'
France/Germany - Both of the countries today said Assad bears 'sole responsibility' for US strike
Turkey - Opposed to Assad but objects to Syrian rebels and wants control of Kurdish area
Canada - Canada gave more than $4.97million to the Syrian opposition in 2013
Saudi Arabia - The Middle East country is the main group to finance the rebels and has provided a large amount of weapons
Israel - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was the first to praise the US's retaliatory attack, saying he 'fully supports' Donald Trump's decision to launch the cruise missile attacks
Qatar- It was reported Qatar gave the Syrian rebels $2.98 billion at the start of the civil war in 2011
Russian warship the Admiral Grigorovich (pictured on recent deployment) - armed with cruise missiles and a self-defense system - was sent from the Black Sea to Syria today following the airstrike on al-Shayrat military airfield
Block: Vladimir Putin ordered the Admiral Grigorovich will pass through the east Mediterranean waters where the USS Ross and USS Porter fired the 59 Tomahawk missiles that pounded Assad's al-Shayrat military airfield near Homs in the early hours of Friday
Bolivia called an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council (pictured) in New York to discuss Trump's attack on Syria on Friday afternoon. The Bolivian Ambassador denounced the US as acting like 'investigator, attorney, judge and executioner'
People inspect damaged buildings after an airstrike in Douma, Syria on Friday - just hours after US missiles struck the Shayrat miltiary base
The aircraft took off from inside the Shayrat base (pictured) just hours after the US strike and struck targets in the eastern Homs countryside

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