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political conspiracy? Live updates on US attack in Syria: ?Assad choked lives of ‘helpless men women children’ says Trump That attack prompted President Donald Trump on day 77 of his presidency to dramatically shift US policy with the first direct US attack on the Syrian government The death toll from a suspected chemical attack on a northern Syrian town rose to 72 on Wednesday as activists and rescue workers found more terrified survivors hiding in shelters near the site of the harrowing assault one of the deadliest in Syria’s civil war ( AP) Trump blamed Syrian President Bashar Assad for the attack and called on the international community to join him in trying to end the bloodshed Read:US strikes Syria air base says it’s in response to chemical weapons attack by Assad regime A timeline of events in Syria leading up to Tuesday’s attack: March 2011: Protests erupt in the city of Daraa over security forces’ detention of a group of boys accused of painting anti-government graffiti on the walls of their school On March 15 a protest is held in Damascus’ Old City On March 18 security forces open fire on a protest in Daraa killing four people in what activists regard as the first deaths of the uprising Demonstrations spread as does the crackdown by President Bashar Assad’s forces April 2011: Security forces raid a sit-in in Syria’s third-largest city Homs where thousands of people tried to create the mood of Cairo’s Tahrir Square the epicenter of protests against Egypt’s autocrat Hosni Mubarak Aug 18 2011: President Barack Obama calls on Assad to resign and orders Syrian government assets frozen Summer 2012: Fighting spreads to Aleppo Syria’s largest city and its former commercial capital Aug 20 2012: Obama says the use of chemical weapons would be a “red line” that would change his calculus on intervening in the civil war and have “enormous consequences” March 19 2013: The Syrian government and opposition trade accusations over a gas attack that killed some 26 people including more than a dozen government soldiers in the town of Khan al-Assal in northern Syria A UN investigation later finds that sarin nerve gas was used but does not identify a culprit Aug 21 2013: Hundreds of people suffocate in rebel-held suburbs of the Syrian capital with many suffering from convulsions pinpoint pupils and foaming at the mouth UN investigators visit the sites and determine that ground-to-ground missiles loaded with sarin were fired on civilian areas while residents slept The US and others blame the Syrian government the only party to the conflict known to have sarin gas Aug 31 2013: Obama says he will go to Congress for authorization to carry out punitive strikes against the Syrian government but appears to lack the necessary support in the legislature Sept 27 2013: The UN Security Council orders Syria to account for and destroy its chemical weapons stockpile following a surprise agreement between Washington and Moscow averting US strikes The Security Council threatens to authorize the use of force in the event of non-compliance Oct 14 2013: Syria becomes a signatory to the Chemical Weapons Convention prohibiting it from producing stockpiling or using chemical weapons June 23 2014: The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons says it has removed the last of the Syrian government’s chemical weapons Syrian opposition officials maintain that the government’s stocks were not fully accounted for and that it retained supplies Sept 23 2014: The US launches airstrikes on Islamic State group targets in Syria Aug 7 2015: The UN Security Council authorizes the OPCW and UN investigators to probe reports of chemical weapons use in Syria as reports circulate of repeated chlorine gas attacks by government forces against civilians in opposition-held areas Chlorine gas though not as toxic as nerve agents can be classified as a chemical weapon depending on its use Aug 24 2016: The joint OPCW-UN panel determines the Syrian government twice used helicopters to deploy chlorine gas against its opponents in civilian areas in the northern Idlib province A later report holds the government responsible for a third attack The attacks occurred in 2014 and 2015 The panel also finds that the Islamic State group used mustard gas Feb 28 2017: Russia a stalwart ally of the Syrian government and China veto a UN Security Council resolution authorizing sanctions against the Syrian government for chemical weapons use April 4 2017: At least 58 people are killed in what doctors say could be a nerve gas attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun in the rebel-held Idlib province Victims show signs of suffocation convulsions foaming at the mouth and pupil constriction Witnesses say the attack was carried out by either Russian or Syrian Sukhoi jets Moscow and Damascus deny responsibility April 4 2017: President Donald Trump issues a statement saying that the “heinous” actions of Assad’s government are the direct result of Obama administration’s “weakness and irresolution” April 5 2017: Trump says Assad’s government has “crossed a lot of lines” with the suspected chemical attack in Syria April 6 2017: The US fired a barrage of cruise missiles into Syria Thursday night in retaliation for this week’s gruesome chemical weapons attack against civilians US officials said It was the first direct American assault on the Syrian government and Trump’s most dramatic military order since becoming president Trump said strike on Syria in the “vital national security interest” of the United States For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Gaza/jerusalem | Updated: July 31 2014 12:58 pm At least 1361 Palestinians most of them civilians have been killed and nearly 7000 are wounded Related News Israel pressed ahead with its Gaza offensive saying it was days from achieving its core goal of destroying all Islamist guerrilla cross-border attack tunnels but a soaring Palestinian civilian toll has triggered international alarm Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s security cabinet on Wednesday approved continuing the assault launched on July 8 in response to a surge of rocket attacks by Gaza’s dominant Hamas Islamists Israel also sent a delegation to Egypt which has been trying with Washington’s blessing to broker a ceasefire Gaza Crisis: In pictures A military source said some 16000 reservists were being called up at short notice in the coming hours to relieve a similar number who would be stood down Gaza officials say at least 1361 Palestinians most of them civilians have been killed in the battered enclave and nearly 7000 wounded Fifty-six Israeli soldiers have been killed in Gaza clashes and more than 400 wounded Three civilians have been killed in Palestinian shelling in Israel UN chief calls it ‘outrageous’ UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was incensed on Wednesday at the deaths of at least 15 Palestinians among thousands sheltering at a school whose UN administrator said appeared to have been hit by Israeli artillery “It is outrageous It is unjustifiable And it demands accountability and justice” Ban said Israel said its forces were attacked by guerrillas near the school in northern Jabalya and had fired back It did not comment immediately on another incident in nearby Shejaia in which Palestinian officials said 17 people were killed by Israeli shelling near a produce market “Such a massacre requires an earthquake-like response” said Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum whose group has kept up dozens of daily rocket launches deep into Israel The Israelis have kept casualties from the salvoes low with nine Iron Dome interceptor batteries and air-raid sirens that send people to shelters Two lakh displaced Rolling Israeli ground assaults on residential areas prefaced by mass warnings to evacuate have displaced more than 200000 of Gaza’s 18 million Palestinians The tiny territory’s infrastructure is in ruins with power and water outages Israel says it is trying to avoid civilian casualties and blames these on Hamas and other Palestinian factions dug in for urban combat Both sides have voiced openness to a truce but their terms diverge dramatically Israel wants Gaza stripped of infiltration tunnels and rocket stocks Hamas rules that out and seeks an end to a crippling Gaza blockade enforced by Israel and Egypt which view the Palestinian Islamists as a security threat The negotiations are further complicated by the fact Israel and the United States shun Hamas as a terrorist group while the go-betweens – Egypt Qatar and Turkey – disagree on Gaza policy Tunnel hunt In the absence of a deal Israel has ordered its ground forces to focus on locating and destroying a warren of tunnels through which Hamas has menaced its southern towns and army bases Major General Sami Turgeman chief of Israeli forces in Gaza said on Wednesday they were “but a few days away from destroying all the attack tunnels” The army said 32 of the secret passages had been found so far and half of them blown up Three Israeli soldiers were killed on Wednesday by a booby trap detonated as they uncovered a tunnel shaft the army said Military losses are more than five times those from the last Gaza ground war in 2008-2009 but Israeli opinion polls show strong public support for fighting on until Hamas is quelled Netanyahu faces intense pressure from abroad to stand his forces down The United States and the UN Security Council have urged an immediate unconditional ceasefire by both sides in Gaza to allow in humanitarian relief and for further talks on a more durable cessation of hostilities US voices worry On Wednesday the White House voiced worry at the deaths in Jabalya and other UN-run shelters shelled during the clashes “We are extremely concerned that thousands of internally displaced Palestinians who have been called on by the Israeli military to evacuate their homes are not safe in UN-designated shelters in Gaza” said National Security Council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan “We also condemn those responsible for hiding weapons in United Nations facilities in Gaza” she said referring to three cases in which the UNRWA aid agency reported rockets found at its schools Separately the Pentagon said it had allowed Israel to stock up on grenades and mortar rounds from a US munitions store located in Israel as part of bilateral emergency preparedness arrangement Israel briefly observed a July 15 ceasefire proposed by Egypt but Hamas continued attacks saying its conditions had been ignored Egyptian officials say they put together a revised truce plan this week that had been provisionally accepted by Israel though Hamas was still undecided However an Israeli security cabinet minister Gilad Erdan denied on Wednesday that his side was suing for a truce “We are not looking for a ceasefire though of course military manoeuvres are supposed to be followed by diplomatic manoeuvres” Erdan said “But a ceasefire must fulfil Israel’s terms a long-term calm and the demilitarization of Gaza” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News” In Sunday’s statement, In life skills: A+: 5; A-: 4; B+: 3; B-:2; C: .

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