EU threatens new sanctions against Syria but not Russia
Monday, 16 April 2018 () LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union foreign ministers on Monday threatened new sanctions against Syria over its alleged chemical attacks, but held off from joining expected new punitive U.S. measures against Russia.
On Tuesday, the White House appeared to blame US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley for suddenly muddled plans for new sanctions on Russia. Several administration officials claim Haley got ahead of Donald Trump's decision-making when she said Sunday that the United States would level new sanctions...
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that Russia, as an ally of the Syrian government, bore joint responsibility for the chemical... Firstpost - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters India
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CBS Miami's Lauren Pastrana reports on the growing frustration among lawmakers on both sides of the aisle with President Trump's lack of sanctions on Russia over the alleged chemical attacks by Syria.. Source: CBS4 Miami -