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    UN Secretary General urged restraint between Russia & the US over Syria

    Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged restraint as Russia accused the US of encouraging "terrorists" in the region with its unilateral actions.

    UN Secretary General urged restraint between Russia & the US over Syria

    Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged restraint as Russia accused the US of encouraging "terrorists" in the region with its unilateral actions.

    Russia has promised to strengthen its ally Syria's anti-aircraft defences.

    It is also closing down a hotline with the US designed to avoid collisions between their air forces over Syria.

    US officials say the base was used to launch a chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians on Tuesday.

    In the first direct US military action against Syria's government, at least six people are reported to have been killed.

    Opposition-run health authority says 89 people, including 33 children and 18 women, died in the suspected nerve gas attack in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun. Syria denies using nerve gas

    Syria used to have a highly effective national air defence system based on Soviet-era radars and missiles but it has been significantly weakened in the wake of the civil war and the loss of territory by the regime.Russia has some of its most modern surface-to-air missile systems at its air base in Syria and radars with a huge reach. Their presence makes air strikes by manned US aircraft unlikely and for Washington the Tomahawk cruise missile will remain the weapon of choice

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