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U.S. military consider eight targets for missile attack on Syria, - mass media

The Syrian command redistributes the planes of Syrian Air Forces at the airfields where the Russian Aerospace Forces base
14:15, 13 April 2018

Reuters

The US considers eight objects as the possible targets for the hit as CNBC TV channel reported citing the source.

According to TV channel, two military airfields, the research center and enterprise that supposedly produces chemical weapons can become the targets.

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The source added that the Syrian command redistributes the planes of Syrian Air Forces at the airfields where the Russian Aerospace Forces base in the hope that the US will not strike at the Russian objects.

Earlier Sarah Sanders, the spokeswoman of the White House claimed that U.S. President Donald Trump considers the intelligence data to make a decision on the response to the chemical attack in Douma.

Related: U.S. special services get evidence of chemical weapon use in Syrian Douma

On April 7, the volunteer organizations reported that the chemical attack at Douma, the East Ghouta took place. As a result of this attack at least 70 people died. The Syrian government and Russia called this information untrue, while the US and allies have blamed Bashar al-Assad for the attack.

Later U.S. President Donald Trump announced about a coming missile attack in Syria and urged Russia to be prepared. Also, the British troops prepare for the operation.

Related: 'Hundreds of Russians' killed in Syria several weeks ago, - Pompeo

In its turn, Russia’s Foreign Ministry claimed that the missiles should aim the ‘terrorists’. The General Staff of Russia recommended the US and its allies to restore Syrian Raqqa instead of threats.

Also, on April 12, President Trump specified when the US will attack Syria

As at April 13, Germany and Italy refused to participate in the possible military operation in Syria.

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