Syria Khan Sheikhoun Airstrike

Johnson said the situation in Syria has changed "fundamentally" following the chemical attack and the USA response . Syrians bury the bodies of victims of a a suspected toxic gas attack in Khan Sheikhun, a nearby rebel-held town in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, April 5, 2017.

Storm chasers die in vehicle crash as they pursue tornado

Storm chasers die in vehicle crash as they pursue tornado

In fact, investigators learned of Tuesday's deadly crash from a fleet of other storm chasers who came across the wreckage. The location of the crash was either in or near an area under a tornado warning, ABC News Lubbock affiliate KAMC reported.

Long-haul train crashes into Moscow commuter train, 15 hurt

Russian Emergency Situations Minister Vladimir Puchkov told local media that 12 people were hospitalized, six of them in grave condition. "According to preliminary data, two citizens of Belarus were among injured in the railway incident", the ministry said on Twitter.

North Korea, South Korea women draw in Pyongyang

North Korea, South Korea women draw in Pyongyang

The country on Saturday deplored the US military strike against an air base in western Syria, saying the "unforgivable" attack justified North Korea's growing nuclear weapons program. "This coordinated initiative could force North Korea to make real demilitarization concessions, while providing a win for both China and the United States", Markey wrote, adding that China has unsuccessfully urged the USA to engage North Korea directly for years.

North Korea blasts U.S. strikes on Syria, says justify nukes

The National Security Council has presented President Trump with options in response to North Korea's nuclear program that include placing American nuclear weapons in South Korea, NBC News reported on Friday. As such, and beyond the rhetoric, President Trump has the potential to make trade deals with China that satisfy his domestic constituents while avoiding a trade war with Beijing.

Russia to Suspend Syria Airspace Deal With US

For one, the symbolic nature of the administration's attack has apparently emboldened Russian Federation. Before the chemical attack, Trump vowed to not be the "president of the world" and "put America first", while other members of the Trump administration were giving mixed messages about Assad.