Dauphin, Canada

An order came from U.S. President Donald Trump this evening, to launch precision strikes against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons.

Last weekend in Douma, an alleged chemical attack was taken and killed more than 40 people and injured many more.

The U.K. and France are taking a stance with the United States against Syria after exhausting all hopes of diplomatic civility on the matter.

Russian foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, claims there were no signs of chemical weapons used by Syria and declared this a fabrication, despite the World Health Organization reporting that hospitals were exhausted with over 500 people showing signs and symptoms of toxic chemical exposure.

Russia has also warned the U.S., that any missiles fired at Syria will be shot down.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated earlier this week, that Canada isn’t considering a presence in Syria.