"The whole world is looking at you", Nebenzia said.
"What we saw last night is that he's anxious about the Islamic State and he's anxious about chemical weapons", said Mara Karlin, a former Pentagon strategist and professor at Johns Hopkins University. Bush addressed sailors aboard a ship in May 2003 alongside a "Mission Accomplished" banner, just weeks before it became apparent that Iraqis had organized an insurgency that tied down American forces for years.
He added: 'Could not have had a better result. Vassily Nebenzia, Haley's Russian counterpart at the United Nations.
For a second time, President Donald Trump ordered a limited military strike to punish Syria for using chemical weapons against civilians, and to deter further atrocities. Russian President Vladimir Putin said the strikes would have "a destructive effect on the entire system of global relations". He accused the allies of violating the U.N. Charter and worldwide law.
During a press conference this morning, Russia's Col Get Sergei Rudskoi claimed Syrian military facilities had suffered only minor damage and claimed that the Syrian air defences took out the 71 missiles.
In a statement from the Kremlin, Mr Putin said Moscow was calling an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council.
The Prime Minister also warned Russian Federation that the air strikes should act as a warning over its use of chemical weapons.
Syria's people face many threats, Bowen added.
Bombs won't save lives or bring about peace.This legally questionable action risks escalating further, as USA defence... "The solution must be political".
"I want to start rebuilding our nation", Trump said. "They had no role" in efforts to defeat the Takfiri outfit, the Leader said.
Director of the Joint Staff Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie confirmed that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad still maintains "residual" capacity.
Qatar was the first Gulf country to react. The United States, and the European Union, put the blame of the attack on the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
US, British and French forces have carried out air strikes in Syria in response to the suspected chemical weapons attack in eastern Ghouta last week. "Trump's failure came with the victory of our army in Douma, which marks the biggest victory for the Syrian Arab Army".
President Trump speaks in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House on April 13, as the United States struck targets in Syria. The airstrikes, she insisted, also do not represent a change in USA policy.
■ April 6, 2017: In retaliation for a chemical weapons attack in northern Syria that killed almost 90 people, the U.S. fires 59 Tomahawk missiles at the government-controlled Shayrat air base in central Syria.
Mrs May drew a link with the nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, telling a news conference: We can not allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalised - either within Syria, on the streets of the United Kingdom or elsewhere. "They are an immediate danger to the Syrian people and to our collective security". "We confined it to the chemical weapons-type targets".
In an article for The Sunday Telegraph, he said: "Unless we act there is a risk of moral contamination, a coarsening and corruption of what we have until now thought to be acceptable".
Trump, who announced the start of the joint strikes late Friday, called the Douma attack the "crimes of a monster", referring to Assad.
Rudskoi said Russian air defense assets in Syria monitored the strike, but didn't engage.
"The strikes were justified, legitimate and proportionate".
Syria and its ally Russian Federation deny any such attack, calling it "fabricated".
Israel described the strikes as an "important signal" to Iran, Syria and the Iran-backed Hezbollah. He also said Congress must play an oversight role in such military actions.
His generals pushed back, not wanting to escalate tensions with those two countries, the officials said.
Russia's Foreign Ministry says the USA and its allies launched strikes on Syria to derail an investigation into a suspected chemical attack.