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Opinion: Six Reasons Behind Saudi Arabia’s War on Yemen

Moscow (GPA) – Geopolitics Alert contributor Damir Nazarov explains the causes and rationale behind the aggression of Saudi Arabia and its allies against Yemen and why they are in fact a great deal more than just traditional foreign policy. Let me show you why. Let us begin with some basic explanations and end with the ones that are […]

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US Contradicting Statements on Yemen Reflect Desire for Continuation of Aggression

Sana’a (AM) – Soon after the US called for a ceasefire in Yemen frontlines, the US-Saudi Aggression launched an air and ground assault on the port city of Hodeida. This escalation is considered to be largest since the attempt by the US-Saudi aggression to take Hodeida. The military operation targeted everything including infrastructure, homes, and […]

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With Reaffirmed US Support, Saudis Continue Assault on Yemen and Attacks on Civilians

Sana’a (GPA) – Washington has chosen to diverge from its European allies and continue support for the Saudi led-coalition against Yemen. Following a White House statement that reaffirms US commitment, the Saudi coalition has continued with its assault on Hodeidah port and civilians in Yemen. Germany, the United Kingdom, and other European nations have recently […]

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With Saudis’ Global Backers Backing Away, Yemeni Factions Prepare for Peace Talks

Sana’a (MPN) – Following the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, much of the West has started turning its back on Saudi Arabia, and on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in particular. Peace in Yemen could not come at a more crucial time. Yemeni factions are preparing for peace talks in Sweden at the […]

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US-Saudi Coalition Launches Direct Attack on Hodeidah but Yemenis Resist Advances

Sana’a (GPA) – The US-backed Saudi coalition in Yemen has launched a series of airstrikes on portions of Hodeidah port for the first time since beginning their offensive against indigenous Yemenis in June. A major lifeline for imports, a direct attack on Hodeidah port puts the lives of some 24 million Yemenis at risk for […]

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A Look at Yemen’s Domestic Defensive Missile Production Over the Past 3 Years

Sana’a (AMA) – After more than three years of the US-Saudi-UAE aggression on Yemen, the curse of Yemeni ballistic missiles continues to haunt the enemies. They stand helpless trying to destroy or limit the missiles launch and development capabilities. Even the most advanced Patriot missile defense system was neutralized and no longer effective in the face […]

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The Best Way to Honor War Veterans Is to Stop Creating Them

Washington D.C. (AHT) – The US will be celebrating Veterans Day tomorrow, and many a striped flag shall be waved. The social currency of esteem will be used to elevate those who have served in the US military, thereby ensuring future generations of recruits to be thrown into the gears of the globe-spanning war machine. […]

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Saudi Dissident Journalist Killed Under Torture in Prison

Riyadh (TNA) – Saudi journalist and writer Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Jasser have reportedly been tortured to death in prison after he disclosed rights violations committed by the Saudi authorities and royal family in his Twitter account. According to reports, Al-Jasser was arrested and tortured to death after Saudi authorities claimed he administered the Twitter […]

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Cholera Is Becoming A Serious Problem. Here’s Why.

Sana’a (CFW) – Cholera is a familiar name for an ailment that is not well understood in modern western society. It was eradicated in many developed nations years ago, though cholera has recently made a comeback across the globe due to changing weather patterns, increased globalism, and other factors that are not well understood. Cholera […]

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Over 8 Million Citizens in Yemen at Risk of Starvation Due to US-Saudi Siege

Sana’a (AMA) – As US-Saudi Aggression closed Yemen’s vital port city of Hodeidah, Amnesty International has accused them of possible war crimes over interference with deliveries of food, fuel, and aid. More than 8 million people in Yemen are at risk of starvation and aid groups fear the battle for Hodeidah port, which receives most […]

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