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" (Reporting by Courtney Sherwood; Writing by Bill Tarrant; editing by Grant McCool) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.6million, however, while his authoritarian streak suggests he’ll pay scant attention to human rights. everyone thrives. several American cities have adopted the holiday in various forms. Minn. has been running the $100 million food and gift company since 1995 It has more than 300 employees and about 21000 independent consultants The free event is open to the public and will be held at noon in Kiehle Auditorium Afterward Strahan will be available to sign her book "Simply shine: Stories that stirred the fire"The speaker’s series is sponsored by the Center for Rural Entrepreneurial Studies which helps entrepreneurs in northwestern Minnesota develop and create their own enterpriseThe allies successfully hit all three of their targets the Pentagon said deploying 105 missiles The targets included chlorine and sarin gas research facilities and the allies met no significant resistance from Syrian air defenses the Pentagon said contradicting Russian claims that the majority of the missiles had been intercepted"A perfectly executed strike last night" President Donald Trump said Saturday in a tweet "Mission Accomplished"In the aftermath of the attack the western powers set out their justification for military action that was carried out without a mandate from the United Nations and in the face of criticism from Assad’s allies Russia and Iran British Prime Minister Theresa May said the NATO powers had no alternative but to act after reports that a Syrian government helicopter dropped a barrel bomb with chemical agents on a civilian population near Damascus a week ago"We would have preferred an alternative path but in this case there was none” May told reporters in London Saturday morning "We cannot allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized"French President Emmanuel Macron said the action was narrowly focused on Syria’s chemical weapons facilities while May insisted there was no intention to interfere in the broader civil war that has engulfed the country since 2011All three leaders said the use of chemical agents gave them a moral obligation to actRussian President Vladimir Putin said his country would convene an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the actions of the US and its allies while UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged respect for the UN charter and international law The UN Security Council is due to meet at 9 am New York time Agence-France Presse reported"An act of aggression against a sovereign state that is on the frontline in the fight against terrorism was committed without a mandate from the UN Security Council and in violation of the UN Charter and norms and principles of international law" Putin said in a Kremlin statement Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said the attacks were a "crime”Syria’s state-run news agency SANA reported at least three civilians were wounded in the strikes In Damascus it seemed like a fairly ordinary Saturday except for small rallies in praise of Assad that formed in traffic circles and around fountains Nationalist songs were played and people waved flags In a televised statement late Friday Trump blasted both countries for supporting Assad"To Iran and to Russia I ask: What kind of a nation wants to be associated with the mass murder of innocent men women and children" he said "The nations of the world can be judged by the friends they keep"While the Pentagon said the strikes wouldn’t continue beyond Friday night Trump warned that they could be repeated if Assad persisted with chemical attacksEU foreign-policy chief Federica Mogherini said the bloc "supports all efforts aimed at the prevention of the use of chemical weapons" Still the EU’s goal is to prevent an escalation of the conflict Mogherini said calling for an immediate ceasefire and a "genuine political transition" in Syria She urged Russia and Iran to help prevent any further use of chemical weapons by Assad’s regimeSupport from elsewhere in Europe was more muted with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni saying his country didn’t provide its usual logistical support to western military operations in the eastern Mediterranean He described the attack as "measured"Germany also did not take part although Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a statement backing the action Two US planes from a base in Spain provided logistical support the Spanish defense ministry saidChina’s foreign ministry said it objected to the use of force and warned that it could complicate the situation in SyriaTurkey a NATO member with forces in northern Syria fighting Kurdish militants welcomed the strikes and described them as a proper action against the Assad regimeIsrael Housing Minister Yoav Galant a member of the coalition’s Kulanu party said on his Twitter page: "The American attack is an important signal to the axis of evil — Iran Syria and Hezbollah — a signal that says the use of chemical weapons crosses the red line against humanity and will not be tolerated”US officials said they gave Russia no specific warnings of the attacks or the targets but used the usual hotline with Moscow’s military to ensure the airspace was clear Still French Defense Minister Florence Parly told reporters early Saturday the country was not seeking a military escalation and had with its allies "made sure that the Russians were warned ahead"Kamran Bokhari a senior fellow with the Center for Global Policy in Washington said the strikes appeared intended to avoid provoking Russia"Russia probably got an assurance that these strikes would only target the CW capability of the regime" he saidRussia’s defense ministry said that none of the dozens of missiles and smart bombs fired over a period of about 90 minutes entered airspace guarded by advanced systems above Russian bases near the coast There were no casualties either Syrian or Russian or serious damage inflicted it saidGeneral Sergei Rudskoi told reporters in the Russian capital that two sites linked to Syria’s chemical weapons program that were targeted were partly destroyed though they have long been out of use and had no personnel or equipment he said "On the other hand it depends if we manage to extend the contracts of the 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