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Report: King Salman Expected To Hand Power To Crown Prince Next Week...

Given the speed of events in Saudi Arabia this year a stunning report surfaces stating that King Salman is anticipated to hand over ruling authority to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman next week. 623 more words

Millions of People May Die If Saudi Arabia Doesn't Allow Aid to Enter Yemen Immediately

Source: Time

By Casey Quackenbush

2:46 AM EST

A humanitarian crisis is rapidly deepening in Yemen, where millions of aid-reliant people have been cut off from assistance since Saudi Arabia closed the country’s ports on Nov. 285 more words

The Muslim Times

Yemen Crisis Threatens Many Thousands

Among the worst atrocities of the past few years is what has happened to Yemen, but because the U.S., UK, and Saudi governments are primarily responsible for that country’s crisis, it hasn’t received adequate attention. 381 more words

Militarism

Saudi Genocide

From Ghassan Kadi at The Saker:

MBS has put an end to this, and he has put all branches of the armed forces under his own personal command and even made himself the CEO of Aramco, the world’s richest oil company with assets estimated at USD 2 Tn…

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Military Disasters

US support for Saudi war in Yemen soars

16 November 2017 |Jack Detsch | Al-Monitor

“The Pentagon more than doubled US refueling support for the Saudi-led mission in Yemen over the past year, a spokeswoman told Al-Monitor, despite mounting public and congressional concerns about the operation. 767 more words

News

Red Cross: 1 Million Yemenis at Risk of Cholera Outbreak

One million people across three Yemeni cities are at risk of a renewed cholera outbreak and other water-borne diseases following the coming of airports and sea ports by a Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen’s Shiite rebels, an international aid group said on Friday. 409 more words

World News

Trump is in deep with Saudi Arabia. That’s dangerous.

By Fareed Zakaria
Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017

President Trump gave a speech this week grading his Asia trip. Not surprisingly, he thought it was a “tremendous success.” “Our great country is respected again in Asia,” he tweeted. 778 more words

Washington Post