3RD WORLD WAR LOOMING?! RUSSIA SENDS WARSHIPS WITH TANKS TO SYRIA AS PUTIN PREPARES TO COUNTER-ATTACK SHOULD THERE BE ANY MORE AIRSTRIKES

The Russia Federation has reportedly sent two warships filled with tanks and military equipment towards the Middle East as he prepares to strike back should United Kingdom and their allies - United States, France... bomb Syria again.
The Russia Federation has reportedly sent two warships packed with tanks and military equipment towards the Middle East as he prepares to strike back should United Kingdom and their allies - United States, France... bomb Syria again.

The ships were heading to the Russian naval base at Tartus on the northern coast of Syria.

An unnamed Russian military personnel claims the ships are "keeping track at a close distance of US and NATO assault ships and submarines in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea."

Reacting to UK, US and France bombing Syria, Putin said:
"Vladimir Putin, in particular, stressed that if such actions committed in violation of the U.N. Charter continue, then it will inevitably lead to chaos in international relations."
Russia maintains that the chemical attack in Syria was staged.

Meanwhile in the UK Labour is questioning the legality of the airstrikes as it's speculated Theresa May didn't get support of the Parliament.

A spokesperson from Downing Street said:
"The PM explained that the action the UK has taken with our American and French allies was limited, carefully targeted and designed to alleviate humanitarian suffering, degrade the Syrian Regime's chemical weapons capability and deter their use in the future."
"The response was not just to the Douma attack but to a series of devastating assaults on the Syrian people by their government."
Boris Johnson appeared to back the strikes as he arrived for a summit of European Union foreign ministers in Luxembourg.
He said:
"The action that was taken by France, by the UK, by the United States in launching calibrated and proportionate strikes against Assad’s chemical weapons capabilities, was entirely right, entirely the right thing to do – right for the UK and right for the world."
The Foreign Secretary argued it was 'not an attempt to change the tide of the war in Syria or to have regime change' and 'the Syrian war in many ways will go on in its horrible, miserable way.'

Labour force, Jeremy Corbyn and other Labour figures have spoken out to question the legality of the strikes in Syria.
"You can’t use force under international law just to punish Syria for bad behaviour."
"You have to actually be using urgent, necessary and proportionate force. And you have to do it with the will of the world behind you."
"I think that Parliament should have been recalled before the strike. Some people will suspect that that didn’t happen because of governmental concerns that they couldn’t get the vote in Parliament. And that to me is not a good enough reason." - Baroness Chakrabarti
Jeremy Corbyn said: 
"The military action at the weekend was legally questionable."
"The Government’s own justification, which relies heavily on the strongly contested doctrine of humanitarian intervention, does not even meet its own tests."
"Without UN authority it was again a matter of the US and British governments arrogating to themselves an authority to act unilaterally which they do not possess."

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