Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking after Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May's statement to MPs in the House of Commons in London, Monday April 16, 2018 over her decision to launch air strikes against Syria. (PA via AP)
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British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron Monday faced anger from lawmakers for conducting air strikes with the United States in Syria in both leaders' first major military actions since coming to power.May said lawmakers were right to hold her to account for her actions, after the premier proceeded with the strikes without prior parliamentary approval.May's speech was followed by a heated debate during which some MPs called on Britain to welcome more Syrian refugees -- rejected by May -- and continue the diplomatic push to end the 7-year conflict.National Front leader Marine Le Pen has accused Macron of failing to show any evidence on the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime to justify the strikes.
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