Russia, Iran say US 'crossed red lines' with strike on Syria

The airstrike on the Shayrat airbase with 59 tomahawk missiles sparked an unusual warning from Syria allies Russia, Iran and Hezbollah who said, "From now on we will respond to anyone, including America if it attacks Syria."
2:31 | 04/10/17

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More fallout from U.S. Air strikes in Syria. The base hit by America's cruise missiles is up and running and Assad is bombing the region again as Russia and Iran says the U.S. Crossed red line answer, quote, will respond with force to any further U.S. Attacks. Alex Marquardt is covering it from Beirut. Good morning, Alex. Reporter: Good morning, George. That's right. Assad regime very quick to show what little damage had been done to that base in the U.S. While continuing to hold bombings on rebel areas and Assad and his friends warning they will not allow the United States to be the only superpower in the world. A defiant message this weekend from the Assad regime. New images of Syria's Russian made fighter jets taking off on the Al sharyat air base less than 24 hours after the U.S. Navy pounded it with 59 tomahawk cruise missiles. A joint warning from Russia, Iran and Hezbollah saying the U.S. Crossed red lines and from now on we will respond to anyone including America if it attacks Syria. Satellite imagery revealing the extent of the strike which included destroying around 20 planes but not the base's runway. The airfield quickly back up and running amid reports of continued bombing on rebel areas including that town where Tuesday's chemical weapons attack took place. President trump ordered the targeted strike late Thursday to punish the Syrian regime for allegedly using a nerve agent that killed more than 80 people. Secretary of state Rex tillerson who will visit Moscow this week on Sunday questioned Russia's complicity in the chemical attack. I hope that Russia is thinking carefully about its continued alliance with bashar Al Assad because every time one of these horrific attacks occurs it draws Russia closer into some level of responsibility. Reporter: Now questions about the administration's actual Syria policy after the president long argued that ISIS was the main priority. U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley now talking about regime change. In no way do we see peace in that area with Assad as the head of the Syrian government and we have to make sure that we're pushing that process. Reporter: So high stakes for tillerson's visit to Russia this week where he will meet with his counterpart. Unclear whether he will be meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin. Russia warning that this U.S. Strike has already taken the abysmal u.s./russia relationship to a new low, robin. Alex, thank you.

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