Britain could conduct airstrikes in Syrian regions captured by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) militants, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has said. He added that he did not need permission from Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Speaking at the start of the NATO summit in Wales on Thursday, Cameron said he did not recognize Assad as a legitimate leader, labeling him as “part of the problem.”

“We have got to understand that Assad has been part of the creation of IS, rather than part of its answer,” he said. [Read more]

 

Note: So the law of nations is no longer relevant if you fight to defend values, Mr Cameron?

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