Europe’s two biggest military powers took a gamble in lining up behind US President Donald Trump to bombard Syria. Now they are facing a backlash which may cost them dearly.
French, UK leaders face fallout from Syria attack
French President Emmanuel Macron said Paris considers a dialogue with Russia, Turkey, and Iran on Syria a necessary part of any settlement to Syria crisis.
Macron: Talk with Iran, Russia, Turkey part of solution to Syria crisis
Spain Queen Sofía on Sunday visited Iran stall at Krems an der Donau charity exhibition.
Queen of Spain visits Iran stall in Krems exhibition
Parisians took to the streets on Sunday to protest against the French government’s draft asylum and immigration bill, the day before its debate in the National Assembly.
Parisians protest asylum bill before parliament debate (Video)
The future of the landmark Iran nuclear deal hangs in the balance and its survival may depend on the success of last-minute European interventions with President Donald Trump.
Iran deal’s fate may rest on late European interventions
Greek citizens on Saturday marched toward the US, UK and French embassies in Athens, calling for an immediate end to the crimes and attacks on the Syrian people.
Greek protesters urge end to crimes against Syrian people
Thousands of Hungarians took to the streets on Saturday, calling for Prime Minister Viktor Orban to step down just days after he was elected to a third term consecutive term in office.
Thousands of Hungarians protest against newly elected leader
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the Western countries’ so-called proofs of a purported use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government in the town of Douma, near capital Damascus, are “ludicrous” for experts, hours after the armed forces of the US, Britain and France launched a heavy barrage of cruise missiles on different localities of the Arab country.
West’s proof of suspected chemical attack in Douma ‘ludicrous’ for experts: Lavrov

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