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Minister Theresa: Car Pile-Up and Neighbour Russia

minister theresa: Critics swiftly accused Britain and France of playing loyal deputies to an unpredictable American leader, viewed by many in Europe with suspicion or outright scorn, according to Vancouver Courier. Some worried it could further antagonize Europe's hulking neighbour Russia at an already tense time.article continues below Trending Stories Greater Vancouver home prices to drop 21 per cent by 2019 analysis Comedian Jim Gaffigan trolls rainy Vancouver Police deal with 10-car pile-up on Cypress Bowl Road Superyacht Cloudbreak anchors off Vancouver's coast British Prime Minister Theresa May was decried for not seeking parliamentary approval for Saturday's co-ordinated airstrikes. Now they need to make sure it doesn't backfire. French President Emmanuel Macron was accused of compromising the independence of a country that famously stayed out of former U.S. President George W. Bush's 2003 invasion of Iraq. Yet the co-ordinated bombings tapped into the prevailing mood among leaders of the two powers, who are united in a sense that something had to be done to stop Syrian President Bashar Assad's government from repeatedly using chemical weapons. And worst of all, Saturday's one-shot military operation may not substantially change the course of the war in Syria. ( As reported in the news.