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American-Made Bombs in Yemen: Are We Not Better Than This?
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American-Made Bombs in Yemen: Are We Not Better Than This?
May 6, 2019

Between 60,000 and 80,000 innocents have died in the Saudi-led war in Yemen that began in 2015. And another 14 million Yemenis are at risk of death from disease and starvation caused by the destruction of infrastructure and a blockade-induced famine.

Lyra McKee, Julian Assange and the Pathetic Pulitzers
April 30, 2019

Were all the journalistic staff and institutions in the United States and the United Kingdom weighed in one scale – and Julian Assange or Lyra McKee put in the other, either would outweigh them all.

Lyra McKee, Julian Assange and the Pathetic Pulitzers
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Saudi Cadets Get UK Training Amid Yemen Abuse Reports
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Saudi Cadets Get UK Training Amid Yemen Abuse Reports
April 12, 2019

According to the United Nations, Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. As the conflict enters its fourth year, around 14 million people in Yemen, or half the total population of the country, are at risk of famine, the UN says.

Saudi Arabia Is Losing the War in Yemen
March 29, 2019

Without sustained international pressure on Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Iran, the war in Yemen will continue for years to come. All the while, it will drain both the UAE and Saudi Arabia of billions of dollars, spawn new militant groups, and ironically provide Iran with more opportunities to expand its influence.

Saudi Arabia Is Losing the War in Yemen
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Telling Only Part of the Story of Jihad
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Telling Only Part of the Story of Jihad
February 22, 2019

In either instance, CNN gets to ride the high horse as it blasts away at the chief executive that corporate outlets most love to hate. Maybe Elbagir should have given her exposé a different title: “Why arming homicidal maniacs is bad news in one country but OK in another.”

World Food Program, Bribed by Saudis, Threatens Yemenis with More Famine
January 3, 2019

I find it inconceivable the that UN or its sub-organizations take large amounts of Saudi money to prevent a famine that the Saudis willingly cause in the first place. The UN should reject such bribery. To then threaten the starving side of the conflict to withhold aid over distribution problems is reckless.

World Food Program, Bribed by Saudis, Threatens Yemenis with More Famine
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Is the End of the Brutal War in Yemen Finally at Hand?
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Is the End of the Brutal War in Yemen Finally at Hand?
January 2, 2019

The war’s swift conclusion appears all but inevitable. While Crown Prince Mohammed may be committed to final victory, the Saudi regime remains heavily dependent on U.S. political-diplomatic cover, as it has since the beginning of the bombing campaign in Yemen. Ironically, that political reality could now tip the balance toward peace.

The US Is on the Side of Terrorists and War Criminals in Yemen
December 31, 2018

The U.S. continues to assist a coalition of governments that includes one that has already committed genocide and also includes several more that are in the process of committing the crime of mass starvation against the people of Yemen.

The US Is on the Side of Terrorists and War Criminals in Yemen
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