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has failed to meet requirements Contact us at editors@timecomBritish prime minister Theresa May told restive lawmakers on Monday that military airstrikes on Syria were right both legally and morally and she accused Syria and its ally Russia of attempting to cover up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack May faced down her domestic critics as France’s premier defended the "proportionate" response to the use of chemical weapons European Union foreign ministers united to say they understood the need for the airstrikes and called for a new push for a political solution to the war in Syria British Royal Air Force jets joined American and French warplanes and ships in hitting targets in Syria on early Saturday in response to a reported chemical attack by the Syrian government in the town of Douma File image of British Prime Minister Theresa May AP The British government is not legally bound to seek the parliament’s approval for military strikes although it is customary to do so and many lawmakers expressed anger that they were not consulted May told legislators in the House of Commons that seeking their approval would have been impractical both because the parliament was on a spring break until Monday and because some of the intelligence behind the decision was classified "We have always been clear that the government has the right to act quickly in the national interest" May said calling the military action "not just morally right but also legally right" "We cannot allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized either within Syria on the streets of the UK or elsewhere" May said — linking the chemical attack in Syria with the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in March with a military-grade nerve agent in the English city of Salisbury Syria and Russia have both denied that Syrian government forces carried out the Douma gas attack suggesting it may have been staged to implicate them May said the presence of helicopters and the use of barrel bombs pointed the finger of blame squarely at the government of Syrian president Bashar Assad She accused Syria aided by Russia of trying to block an investigation into the gas attack by the international chemical weapons watchdog "The Syrian regime has reportedly been attempting to conceal the evidence by searching evacuees from Douma to ensure samples are not being smuggled from this area And a wider operation to conceal the facts of the attack is underway supported by the Russians" she said Ahmet Uzumcu director-general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said on Monday that the organization’s team "has not yet deployed to Douma" two days after arriving in Syria He said Syrian and Russian officials who met the OPCW team in Damascus told them "that there were still pending security issues to be worked out before any deployment could take place" In Britain’s House of Commons much of Monday’s scheduled business was scrapped for an emergency debate on the airstrikes that stretched late into the evening But the after-the-fact debate — without a binding vote — did not satisfy angry opposition lawmakers Jeremy Corbyn leader of the main Opposition Labour Party called the airstrikes "legally questionable" and accused May of "following Donald Trump’s lead" Corbyn said May should remember she "is accountable to this Parliament not to the whims of the US president May denied acting at the behest of the US "We have not done this because Trump asked us to do so" May said "We have done it because we believe it was the right thing to do — and we are not alone" French prime minister Edouard Philippe also justified the military action in a speech on Monday to the National Assembly France’s lower house of parliament Philippe told lawmakers that France’s "riposte" was "proportionate" and sent a strong clear message to dissuade Syria’s government from using chemical weapons He said the joint action of the US Britain and France was aimed at placing a prohibitive cost on the use of chemical weapons and degrading Assad’s ability to use them Some French Opposition leaders have criticized the strikes saying they were not legitimate Under the French Constitution the government must inform the parliament but a vote is requested only if a military intervention is expected to last more than four months In Luxembourg the foreign ministers of the 28 EU countries called for a political breakthrough involving regional players to put Syria on track to a peaceful solution for its seven-year conflict The ministers said the EU "understands" the need for the coordinated US French and British airstrikes following the suspected 7 April chemical attack They insisted it was executed with "the sole objective to prevent further use of chemical weapons and chemical substances as weapons by the Syrian regime to kill its own people" EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the EU wants to use a major meeting on Syria in Brussels next week to give impetus to UN peace efforts following Saturday’s airstrikes "There is the need to give a push to the UN-led process" Mogherini said More than 70 delegations are expected at the 24-25 April donor conference for Syria in Brussels Hundreds of thousands of people showed up to participate in the March For Our Lives rallies that took place all across the country on Saturday The student-led protests which were started by the survivors of the Parkland Fla school shooting called for stronger gun control laws and aimed to pressure lawmakers into enact real legislative change surrounding gun reform The rallies drew huge crowds with some estimates for the crowd size at the main march in Washington DC as high as 800000 The marches also garnered vocal support from celebrities and politicians alike with many publicly donating to the March For Our lives GoFundMe campaign which has raised almost $35 million so far More than 830 demonstrations took place across the globe this weekend according to Getty Images Here are some images that show how big some of the marches were from Boston to Seattle Chicago People gather at Union Park to take part in "March For Our Lives" protest against gun violence in the country on March 24 2018 in Chicago United States Bilgin S Sasmaz – Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Los Angeles Turn up #LosAngeles #MarchForOurLives ✊ㇿ6;✌ㇿ6; pictwittercom/5ZxU1PcEpO ㊃8;ㇿ5;♂️ Nick Bianchi ㇾ7;️2; (@nbianchi) March 24 2018 Boston Boston is shut down for March For Our Lives pictwittercom/TEuHcYE5dY Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) March 24 2018 Philadelphia #Philadelphia hits the street March for our lives 2018 Philly supporting the next generation of leaders @MSNBC @realDonaldTrump @GOP @NRA As the kids say "time’s up" "Get your resumes ready" pictwittercom/KwDeM3jyyZ ms web (@Ihaveanopinion) March 24 2018 Austin Seattle SEATTLE – crowd gathered at Cal Anderson Park for "March for Our Lives" @KIRO7Seattle pictwittercom/4UJioFtVmD Rob Munoz (@RobKIRO7) March 24 2018 Atlanta Protesters Gather for March for Our Lives at National Center for Civil and Human Rights on March 24 2018 in Atlanta Georgia Prince Williams – WireImage Washington DC An impressive crowd gathered today in DC for the #MarchForOurLives rally pictwittercom/hiPRYcb7OJ DigitalGlobe (@DigitalGlobe) March 24 2018 People take part in the March For Our Lives rally against gun violence in Washington DC on March 24 2018 Galvanized by a massacre at a Florida high school hundreds of thousands of Americans are expected to take to the streets in cities across the United States on Saturday in the biggest protest for gun control in a generation Andrew Caballero-Reynolds AFP/Getty Images Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida the scene of a mass shooting Feb 14 were joined by over 800 thousand people as they march in a nationwide protest demanding sensible gun control laws Pacific Press – LightRocket via Getty Images Contact us at editors@timecom approximately 85, roughly 255, and 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of 130-145 seats in the Lok Sabha in 2019. These numbers will give the Congress the right to head a coalition government that by its very definition will be messy It is debatable whether Rahul will want to head a coalition pulling in different directions and smudging his image He’d rather have someone from the Congress to take on the onerous responsibility For all these reasons then it is unlikely that Rahul Gandhi will be India’s next prime minister But he might never become prime minister unless he overcomes the existential challenge both Hindutva and social justice pose to the Congress Remember Hindutva has become stronger and hateful and the baton of social justice has been passed to second-generation Yadavs – Akhilesh and Tejashwi society, IDEAS Benjamin L.” More than 50 researchers from Brazil, “He is committed to fulfilling the mandate given to him by Nigerians in 2015. as New York celebrated the race’s 40th anniversary. with solar energy alone accounting for 7%. Amy Schumer,email@example.com species of mammals.
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