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Mandel Ngan—AFP/Getty Images Facing virtual isolation from his conservative colleagues in the domestic sphere following President Trump’s public rebuke and his resignation from Breitbart News, taking leadership once again where Congress has failed, Russian aggression must be met with strength and resolve, "Whether it’s the consideration of similar Russian expulsions from NATO nations. or freezing more Russian assets we ought to make it inescapably clear to Russia that its shadow war will meet a coordinated response" he said At the United Nations headquarters in New York US Ambassador Nikki Haley slammed Russia for the alleged use of nerve gas "Let me make one thing clear from the very beginning: the US stands in absolute solidarity with Great Britain The US believes that Russia is responsible for the attack on two people in the UK using a military-grade nerve agent" Haley said during a special meeting of the UN Security Council convened at the request of Great Britain Haley said the US’ constant criticism of Russia was not without reason "If the Russian government stopped using chemical weapons to assassinate its enemies; and if the Russian government stopped helping its Syrian ally to use chemical weapons to kill Syrian children; and if Russia cooperated with the OPCW by turning over all information related to this nerve agent we would stop talking about them" said Haley "We take no pleasure in having to constantly criticise Russia but we need Russia to stop giving us so many reasons to do so" she said Haley urged the UNSC to hold Russia accountable for the alleged use of chemical weapon "The credibility of this council will not survive if we fail to hold Russia accountable" Haley said Jonathan Allen Charge dAffaires of the permanent Mission of Britain to the UN said the UK concluded that it was highly likely that Russia was responsible for the act because it had previously produced this agent and due to its record of conducting state-sponsored assassinations "We saw only two plausible explanations: either it was a direct attack by Russia on my country or Russia had lost control of a military-grade nerve agent which they had developed" said Allen "We requested the Russian government to provide an explanation by the end of Tuesday 13 March on how this Russian-produced nerve agent could have been deployed in Salisbury They provided no credible explanation which could suggest they lost control of their nerve agent" he said London:Arsenal’s 11-match winning run came to a dramatic end as Luka Milivojevic’s late penalty rescued Crystal Palace in a contentious 2-2 draw on Sunday Unai Emery’s side failed to win a 12th successive match in all competitions as they fell short of the club’s record of 14 victories in a row Arsenal fell behind to the first of two Milivojevic penalties just before half-time at Selhurst Park Granit Xhaka equalised with a sublime free-kick before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang poked in his ninth goal of the season in controversial circumstances Crystal Palace ended Arsenal’s 11-game winning streak at Selhurst Park AP Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette flicked the ball to Aubameyang with his hand but officials failed to spot the offence Angered by that blow Palace felt justice was done when Wilfried Zaha won a second penalty with seven minutes left and Milivojevic slotted home again It was a frustrating afternoon for Emery whose captain Mesut Ozil reacted angrily when he was substituted in the 68th minute the German throwing his gloves to the floor after stomping past the Arsenal manager It was the latest flare-up between the pair after Ozil was reportedly angered by Emery’s demand that he work harder in matches earlier this season Arsenal remain fourth in the Premier League but missed the chance to keep pace with leaders Liverpool who are four points clear of the north Londoners "I’m disappointed with the result but our work is good We drew it’s not bad it’s better to win but looking at the game in 90 minutes it is a deserved result" Emery said "After the second goal we were on a good result but I knew we needed another goal for calm" Palace boss Roy Hodgson was furious with Arsenal’s dubious second goal saying: "I’m not even happy to end up with one point especially when you see how clear the handball was Most people will have sympathy with us" Emery’s team had made a habit of getting off to slow starts this season before flourishing in the second half and another sluggish opening left them creaking under intense Palace pressure Hodgson’s men appealed for a penalty after Jordan Ayew’s run was halted by Shkodran Mustafi Panicked On that occasion Palace’s claims were turned down by referee Martin Atkinson but on the stroke of half-time they were given a spot-kick Bernd Leno made a hash of punching clear from a corner and a panicked Mustafi needlessly lunged into Cheikhou Kouyate Palace captain Milivojevic missed a penalty in their defeat at Everton last weekend Unfazed Milivojevic kept his nerve this time to send Leno the wrong way from the spot Having finally scored their first home league goal this season at the fifth attempt — a futile streak that lasted 417 minutes — Palace needed to keep Arsenal at bay after the break However it took only six minutes for Xhaka to equalise as the Gunners yet again turned on the style in the second half The Swiss midfielder smashed a superb curling free-kick into the far corner of Wayne Hennessey’s net from way out on the right flank Arsenal had seized the momentum and they snatched the lead in the 56th minute When Lacazette rose to meet a cross the French striker’s raised hand clearly made contact with the ball diverting it to the unmarked Aubameyang Lacazette’s offence was missed by Atkinson and Aubameyang stabbed home at the far post with goalline technology confirming his effort had just crossed over before Hennessey pushed it out Max Meyer hit the outside of a post as Palace pushed for a leveller and the hosts felt justice was done when they won another penalty in the 83rd minute Zaha tricked his way past Xhaka and tumbled to the turf his fall convincing Atkinson if not the Arsenal players that it was worthy of a spot-kick For the second time Milivojevic was coolness personified as he drilled past Leno to end Arsenal’s winning run An American fighter jet shot down a Syrian government bomber in the eastern part of the country on Sunday in one of the clearest signs yet of an open conflict between the United States and the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad The downing of the Syrian plane raises the possibility of future fighting between pro-Assad forces and US forces that are deployed in Syria in support of Syrian militias battling the Islamic State During the first six years of the Syrian crisis the United States supported rebel groups fighting Assad but avoided direct conflict with his forces That changed on April 6 when US President Donald Trump ordered a cruise missile attack on a Syrian air base in response to a chemical attack that killed more than 70 people including civilians Now it has engaged in air-to-air combat in Syria for the very first time Russia whose armed forces offer critical support to the Assad government threatened retaliation In a statement the Russian defense ministry said it would regard any US coalition aircraft detected west of the Euphrates river in Syria as legitimate targets The ministry called the downing of the Syrian jet “a cynical violation of Syrias sovereignty” Moscow also shut down the “deconfliction” channel designed to prevent midair contact between Russian and American warplanes in the skies over Syria As a result the shooting down of the jet suggests a redrawing of the contours of the Syrian conflict As the United States deepens its involvement in the ground war against ISIS in eastern Syria it finds itself in direct conflict with the government in Damascus and possibly with Moscow The incident raises the risk of a wider regional conflagration as the US Assad Russia and Iran maneuver for control and influence in territory reclaimed from ISIS in eastern Syria The US military said that it shot the Syrian plane down in order to protect American-backed Syrian militia forces from an attack by pro-regime troops It military has now struck pro-regime forces at least four times including the cruise missile strike on Shayrat airbase in Syrias Homs province in April The shooting down of a jet marks an escalation however as conflict spirals among rival powers for control of eastern Syria In its campaign to dislodge ISIS United States supports the SDF a Kurdish-majority militia force who now control a major portion of northeast Syria Supported by an estimated 1000 US Army soldiers and marines those forces are currently advancing on ISIS de facto capital in the city of Raqqa The coalition said it struck the Syrian plane in order to protect allied forces in a "show of force" Following the initial Syrian airstrike the coalition also said it contacted the Russian military which supports Assads forces in order to de-escalate the situation The statement did not mention the fate of the pilot of the Syrian aircraft "The Coalition’s mission is to defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria" the statement added "The Coalition does not seek to fight Syrian regime Russian or pro-regime forces partnered with them but will not hesitate to defend Coalition or partner forces from any threat" In a communiqué carried by state media the Syrian military called the downing of the plane an act of "flagrant aggression" adding that it "reveals the evil intentions of the US in administrating terrorism and investing it to pass the US-Zionist project in the region" Assad who has stated that his aim is to retake all of Syria has never granted his consent to the expanding US military operation against ISIS Sam Heller a Beirut-based analyst at The Century Foundation tells TIME that the government attack on SDF forces on Sunday is a sign that Assad aims to disrupt the US-led campaign in eastern Syria "All the initiative is on their end" he says "What we do is likely to continue to be entirely reactive and then hopefully it doesnt accidentally escalate into something that is larger and impossible to control" he adds in a phone interview In another sign of rising tensions Iran fired missiles into Syria saying it struck ISIS targets in response to a gun and bomb rampage carried out by the group in Tehran on June 7 Iran is a key supporter of the Assad regime although there was no indication the missile strike was related to the downing of the Syrian plane The incident also underscores a strategic dilemma for US commanders and officials handling Syria Even if the American-backed campaign succeeds in expelling ISIS from its territories in Syria the Assad regime will remain in its rump state and the larger Syrian civil war will remain unresolved "Stomping on ISIS is not a vision for a future Syria" says Heller Throughout eastern Syria the United States is competing with Damascus for control of territory seized from ISIS Assads forces declared a key victory on June 9 when they reached the Syrian-Iraqi border northeast of al-Tanf where the US garrison is located The maneuver effectively blocked American-backed Syrian rebels from advancing north against ISIS thwarting future gains in that region for Americas allies Former US President Barack Obama called on Assad to step down in 2011 as a popular uprising consumed Syria during a year of revolt across the Arab world that ejected the autocratic leaders of Tunisia Libya Egypt and Yemen As Syria’s revolution turned to war the US sided with armed opposition groups but stopped short of directly attacking Assad’s forces Bolstered by Iranian Russian and other foreign support Assad managed to halt and reverse some of his losses recapturing the crucial city of Aleppo in December 2016 effectively ending the rebels’ hopes of winning the war outright In 2014 the United States launched a campaign of airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria shifting the focus of American policy away the binary conflict between Assad and the rebel groups and toward the fight against ISIS which is now concentrated in the eastern half of the country Speaking on Monday Russian Foreign minister Sergey Lavrov chided the United States for not cooperating with the Assad government in its operations against ISIS "Any actions on the ground and there are many participants there including those who carry out military operations should be coordinated with Damascus” he said according to Russias TASS news agency Contact us at [email protected] Goes from Bad to CatastropheIan BremmerMay 26 2016No more Coca-Cola for Venezuela–there’s not enough sugar Diet Coke is still around–until the country runs out of aspartame–but the disappearance from store shelves of an icon of globalization is the latest blow for an economy on the edge In April the country’s largest private company Empresas Polar SA which makes 80% of the beer that Venezuelans consume closed its doors The government now rations water so Venezuelans have begun stealing it from tanker trucks and swimming poolsElectricity is also in short supply and President Nicolás Maduro has ordered public offices to conserve energy by remaining open just two days a week An ongoing drought only makes matters worse About 65% of the country’s electricity is generated by a single hydroelectric dam that’s now in serious trouble Blackouts scheduled and otherwise have become commonThis isn’t just bad luck Supermarket shelves are often empty in part because price controls have discouraged production of staples and Maduro is threatening to seize closed factories and nationalize themThen there is the government’s oil addiction Venezuela depends on oil for about 96% of export earnings and nearly half its federal budget When prices were high policymakers could have created a rainy-day fund Some of that money went toward lifting poor people from poverty but much was stolen: Venezuela is the most corrupt country in the Americas and the ninth most corrupt in the world according to Transparency International To balance its budget Venezuela would need to sell oil for $121 per barrel more than twice the current price The inflation rate is expected to hit 481% by year’s end and 1642% by next yearIt’s no surprise Venezuelans are angry There are 17 demonstrations per day across the country on average That discontent helped an opposition alliance win control of parliament in December for the first time in 17 years Maduro’s approval rating is at 26% and 70% of Venezuelans want him removed from office The opposition needed 200000 signatures to trigger a recall referendum It got 185 millionMaduro’s remaining allies know they have an out: Venezuela’s constitution stipulates that if the President is ousted within the final two years of his term he is replaced with his Vice President not by a new election Unless a dangerous public uprising forces the issue the government will stall to ensure that one of its own takes Maduro’s placeBut this is all a sideshow Maduro is a symptom not the cause of Venezuela’s problems Until the country has a government that can build a sustainable economic system its misery will only deepen had recently given? 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