UK: Cabinet agrees response 'needed' in Syria

British government ministers left 10 Downing Street in central London on Thursday, following a two-hour-long meeting to discuss the UK's proposed response to alleged chemical weapons use in Syria. Senior cabinet ministers could be seen leaving the Prime Minister's residence, with sources indicating the United Kingdom may be willing to involve itself in the Syrian conflict following claims of... Еще chemical weapon use in Douma. The UK and its allies maintain that the Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad likely green-lighted to the use of chemical weapons on civilians, leading to threats of military action from the likes of the United States. On Saturday, the 'White Helmets' alleged that chemical-filled munitions were dropped over Douma on April 7 causing the deaths of up to 70 people. The Russian Ministry of Defence has labelled the claims a 'fabrication.'

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