At least 14 people have died or were hurt after a Syrian military airport was hit by missiles, amid global alarm over a suspected chemical attack on a rebel-held town.
Monday’s attack hit the Tiyas airbase, known as T4, near the city of Homs.
Syria initially said the West was involved. The US and France threatened to respond to the alleged chemical attack, but deny striking the base.
Israel, which has previously hit Syrian targets, has not commented.
US President Donald Trump and France’s President Emmanuel Macron issued a joint statement on Sunday vowing to “co-ordinate a strong, joint response” to the alleged attack.
But US officials said America did not launch the overnight strike.
France also issued a denial.Please subscribe to our newsletter