Organisers are staging worldwide protests to condemn a bombing campaign undertaken by the UK, US and France on Saturday.
More than 100 missiles were fired on the Syrian regime in three separate blitzes aimed at chemical weapon sites in Damascus and the Homs area.
Theresa May is in Parliament today giving a statement to MPs about the reasons behind her decision to join the airstrikes.
Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn has questioned the validity of the action, while the Scottish National Party says it wants to force a vote on the issue.Related articles
Three events are going ahead this afternoon in London, Bristol and Exeter organised by the campaigning group Stop the War coalition.iPhone transfer software
In Bristol, a Trump & May - No More Bombs on Syria! event starts at 5pm by the Water Fountains in Bristol City.
Protestors will also gather in Parliament Square, London at 5.30pm, outside Westminster where politicians are currently engaged in a war debate.
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A third event called Don’t Bomb Syria starts at 5.30pm in Bedford Square Exeter.
Other similar events are being held worldwide including in the US and Iraq.
In a statement on its website, Stop the War Coalition said it “strongly condemned” the missile blitz adding it will have “only brought the Syrians “more misery and destruction”.
It said: “They will have done nothing to end the war or