Last week something historic happened in the US Senate. For the first time in 45 years, a chamber of the US Congress voted to pull US forces from a military conflict under the 1973 War Powers Act.
The US Senate approved a resolution to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, dealing a stinging rebuke to President Trump amid heightened tensions over the death of U.S.-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Senators voted 56-41 on the r
Yemen - Peace talks in Sweden by warring parties have virtually no chance of accomplishing anything other than a possible joint feel-good joint statement, signifying nothing.
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In a bizarre Wall Street Journal editorial yesterday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo argued that despite the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khoshoggi and Saudi Arabia's terrible human human rights record, we must remain joined at the hip becaus
In a historic vote, the senate advanced a resolution that would end US support for the Saudi-led coalition that has been waging war in Yemen since 2015.
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Yemen - Media reports on devastating war in Yemen, including from most alternative sources, fail to explain the conflict was planned and orchestrated in Washington.
Yemen - Yemen is Washington's war, wanting it continued endlessly, not stopped.
It wasn't the US-made bomb, but rather the Saudi military's inability to properly use the munition –despite all the American training– that led to the "horror show" bombing of a Yemeni school bus in August, Donald Trump has said.
Yemen - Yemen is Washington's war, begun by Bush/Cheney in October 2001, raging with no prospect for resolution as long as US regimes want it continued endlessly.
Over at The Daily Beast, Spencer Ackerman takes note of the cross-ideological alliance trying to put an end to the U.S. military's participation in Saudi Arabia's deadly activities in Yemen.
According to a new study by experts at the University of Sussex, the death toll in Yemen after years of Saudi aggression may be eight times more than estimated. Will the whispers of concern in Congress over the US role in these massacres begin to be
Yemen - Throughout his tenure, Obama waged US aggression in Yemen - drone war launched by Bush/Cheney in October 2001 he continued for eight years.
The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has dominated the news headlines. Americans are outraged by this brutal act of murder and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate in Turkey and yet few seem outraged by the government helping the Saudis kill thou
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Yemen - It's time to "show that the Saudis do not have a blank check to continue violating human rights. One place we can start is by ending United States support for the war in Yemen,"
"There was a targeted assassination program in Yemen. I was running it. We did it."
Yemen - Since US-orchestrated/Saudi-led terror-bombing and blockade of Yemen began in March 2015, Western and other media continue claiming only 10,000 Yemenis perished.
High above Yemen's rebel-held city of Hodeida, a drone controlled by Emirati forces hovered as an SUV carrying a top Shiite Houthi rebel official turned onto a small street and stopped, waiting for another vehicle in its convoy to catch up.
There are reports that the Washington-initiated and militarily- supported Saudi Arabian war against Yemen have a starving Yemeni population eating leaves.