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The UK government has told the UN that striking ISIS in Iraq is legal justification for drone strikes in Syria, despite David Cameron's earlier claim of pure UK ‘self-defence’.
The Prime Minister said yesterday he would not discuss with MPs the details of the Government’s targeted killing programme, the existence of which was revealed this week.
Christian Aid has commended the UK Government’s decision to accept more Syrian refugees, but says the plan must include the immediate resettlement of 10,000 people.
David Cameron told the Commons today that RAF drone strikes at the end of August targeted and killed a British citizen and another Briton, who was not targeted, was also killed.
Christian Aid has welcomed David Cameron’s pledge that the UK will increase the number of Syrian refugees it allows in, but said the numbers must be ambitious.
Rehan Kurdi and her two small children, Aylan and Galip are dead. As the world now knows, they drowned while attempting to flee from the horrors of Kobane for a life of peace and safety in Europe.
Amnesty International has welcomed the release of Mazen Darwish, a Syrian human rights activist who had been jailed on 'trumped-up' terrorism-related charges.
CND have condemned UK air strikes in Syria carried out despite the House of Commons voting in August 2013 against such action.
British personnel have conducted air strikes in Syria, despite the Government’s claim that there would be a vote in Parliament before such action took place.
Amnesty International has responded to David Cameron's announcement that the UK government is to allow ‘modest expansion’ of its resettlement scheme for Syrian refugees.
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