The White House urged the United Nations to renew the probe into a chemical attack on the opposition-held town of Khan Shaykhun that killed dozens of people last April.
UN findings backs claims by the US, France and Britain that a Syrian regime plane dropped a bomb with sarin on the town and falsifies Russia's claims that a bomb on the ground was the cause of the gas attack.
The air strikes come as Israel shoots down an Iranian jet flying over the Golan Heights from Syria and US forces evacuate a base near the Iraq border.
Failaq al-Rahman rebel group says attack caused suffocation to more than 30 people. Regime forces dismiss the attack as fabrication.
Families in the town of Khan Shaykhun try to carry on after the deadly chemical weapon attack on April 4 killed dozens and injured hundreds.
An attack on April 4 in Khan Sheikhoun in northern Idlib province killed dozens of people, prompting a US missile strike against a Syrian air base.
People of the Syrian town where a chemical attack killed nearly 90 people on April 4 are returning home, but they're worried about living in a place marked by death. France says the Assad regime ordered the strike.
The resolution was moved by Britain, France and the United States demanding the Syrian regime fully cooperate with the investigations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says future chemical weapons "provocations" in Syria would be used to frame his ally and regime leader Bashar al Assad.
After being hit by deadly sarin gas in Idlib on April 4, Omar Hamoud, an anti-Assad rebel fighter, was brought to Turkey for medical treatment. He says the attack on Khan Shaykhun was part of a broader offensive.
Tuesday's attack on the town of Khan Shaykhun killed at least 100 people and injured more than 500, according to the Syrian opposition's health minister, Firas Jundi.
Regime Foreign Minister Walid al Moualem denied accusations that Syria used chemical weapons. He blamed Daesh and the opposition, saying they have been storing banned toxic agents.
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