DAMASCUS, SYRIA (12:30 A.M) – Several positions for the Syrian Army in the southern province of Daraa have allegedly come under attack by unknown airstrikes only once day after the Syrian government was accused of conducting a chemical attack on jihadi rebels in Idlib.
The purported strikes targeted the proximity of the Political Security Department in Izra’, a bridge near Kurbet Gazaleh town, and the western outskirts of Dae’l. No casualties have so far been reported.
AMN is currently unable to verify this news.
Yesterday’s alleged chemical attack in Syria has triggered an emergency session for the UN’s Security Council where representatives of Britain, France and the US have held the government of President Bashar Assad directly responsible for the attack.
The American President, Donald Trump, said on Wednesday that this week’s devastating chemical weapons attack in Syria had changed his view of the brutal civil war in that country, though he declined to say how the United States would respond.
“It’s very, very possible, and I will tell you it has already happened, that my attitude toward Syria and Assad, has changed very much,” Mr. Trump said