Day: August 18, 2017

Yemenis Kick Off US-Israel Boycott with Massive March

Sa’ada (GPA) – Tens of thousands of Yemenis took to the streets today demanding an end to the ongoing U.S.-Saudi led aggression and siege. They also announced the official formation of the People’s Campaign for a boycott of American and Israeli products. The march took place in Sa’ada: the birthplace of Yemen’s resistance movement, Ansarullah. […]

Read More

For Media, Driving Into a Crowd of Protesters Is a ‘Clash’

New York (FAIR) – The Washington Post, Boston Globe, AOL News, The Hill, BBC and Sky News UK all chose to frame the ramming of a car into anti-fascist protesters as “clashes.” The BBC’s breaking news tweet, “One dead amid clashes between US white nationalists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville,” is an extremely odd way to describe a person driving a car into a crowd of anti-fascist […]

Read More
Korea Olympic Peace Mike Pence

Mike Pence Panama Trip Cut Short After Seeking to Isolate Venezuela

Panama City (TeleSUR) – Colombia, Argentina, and Chile told Pence they wouldn’t support U.S. military intervention against Venezuela during his Latin American tour. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has cut short his trip to Panama, the final visit of his diplomatic tour across Latin America, after attempting to seek regional support on action against Venezuela. The White House claimed he […]

Read More