Day: July 26, 2018

Yemeni Forces Strike Abu Dhabi Intl. Airport with New Domestically Made Drone

Sana’a (GPA) – Yemeni forces fighting against the Saudi-led coalition unveiled a new domestically made drone on Thursday by striking the Abu Dhabi international airport. The new drone — Sammad 3 — is named after the late president of Ansarullah’s (aka the Houthis’) Supreme Political Council, Saleh Ali al-Sammad. Less than a week ago, Ansarullah revealed another […]

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Trump, Putin, and the White Helmets

Washing D.C. (NEO) – It’s late July 2018. In the Middle East, 800 men and their families are heading for Western Europe, Canada, and the US to be resettled as refugees. The true story behind their evacuation by Israel and their proposed “resettlement” as heroes are one of the most devious and frightening tales of […]

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After The Failed Coup, After All The Lies, Nicaragua Rebuilds

Managua (TLS) – Despite everything, the government has committed to rebuilding Nicaragua, better than before, writes Tortilla Con Sal. Nicaragua is entering a new political phase of reconstruction in multiple senses, now the U.S.-backed right-wing coup attempt has failed. The political opposition has suffered another catastrophic failure. After months of intimidation and insecurity; savage violence […]

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US Unfreezes $195 Million in Military Aid to Egypt

Cairo (MEE) – The Trump administration has decided to unfreeze $195m in military aid to Egypt that it had previously withheld because of concerns over Egypt’s human rights record, a US State Department official said on Wednesday. The decision to allow Cairo to use the previously blocked funds is intended to recognize “steps Egypt has taken over […]

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