Those are just some of the many serious questions raised by the airstrikes, questions that the increasingly "patriotic" US news outlets failed to ask.
It is not hard to conclude that having nuclear weapons and massive conventional arsenals is a major reason that the US has not dared to strike or invade DPRK so far.
It is hypocritical for the US, Britain and France to pretend that they still care about the UN process or the OPCW investigation. In launching the airstrikes by bypassing the UN, they set a bad precedent that big powers don't have to abide by international laws.
Sweet potato fields have expanded to 1,800 hectares in Qiaotou, a town of 22,000 residents, and a research institute developing virus-free seedlings there is helping promote better farming practices. Output value from sweet potato harvesting reached 360 million yuan ($57 million) last year. About 310,000 tourists visited Qiaotou in 2017 to enjoy digging up sweet potatoes for themselves last year.
Of course it's not the first time that the US broke international laws in Syria. Its launch of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles against Syria on April 7, 2017, was both a flagrant infringement of international law and Syrian sovereignty.