A protest will take place in the city today against this week's deadly chemical gas attack in Syria.
Overnight, the US bombed a Syrian airbase in response to the attack. Donald Trump ordered the bombing after at least 80 people were gassed to death in Idlib earlier this week. At least four Syrian soldiers have been killed.
The French and German leaders say the Syrian President bears 'sole responsibility' for the US strike overnight. In a joint statement, Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel say Assad's continued use of chemical weapons cannot go unpunished.
The American missile strikes have also been backed by Downing Street. Number 10 says it was done to stop further gas attacks by the regime and called it an 'appropriate response'.
However Russia, which backs the Syrian government, has condemned the strike. A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin, called it "an act of aggression against a sovereign nation".
Today, the Irish Syria Solidarity Movement say they'll march from Rathgar village at 6pm and travel to the Russian Embassy on Orwell Road.