What’s the big deal? Didn’t we just bomb them and killed 80 government troops?

The “big deal” is that this was an aid convoy being run by 2 NGOs that would have fed 78,000 people. The Red Crescent/Cross is a non-combatant international humanitarian organization, not an army.

The UN is also a non-combatant who had a clearly marked the area for humanitarian aid on radar, which is where the convoy was located. It’s more realistic that there was a friendly fire incident against the SAA than someone accidentally bombing a UN facility.

Director of Syria’s Red Crescent and everyone in the aid convoy has been suspected to have been killed. As a result, Assad also declared the end to the cease-fire.