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Theresa May Defends Saudis as MBS ‘Takes Tea With the Queen’

London (MEE) – Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s first day in London saw him lunch with Queen Elizabeth, visit the Churchill War Rooms and meet with Theresa May at Downing Street, as a fierce political row over UK military support for Riyadh threatened to overshadow the Saudi royal’s first official visit to the UK. A crowd of […]

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British MPs Ask to Visit Mohamed Morsi in Egyptian Prison

London (MEMO) – A cross-party group of senior British MPs has petitioned the Egyptian government to allow access to the jailed former president Mohamed Morsi, amid reports that his health has seriously deteriorated, says The Guardian. Morsi is being held in isolation in Tora prison and his family has been allowed to visit him only twice since he was […]

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UN Must Stop Trump & Netanyahu From Attacking Iran & Waging Nuclear War

Tehran (GR) – In deliberate contempt of the United Nations and the international community, the Netanyahu government in Israel has advanced plans to attack Iranian cities and nuclear power centres by colluding with Trump to use American naval and air forces to deploy submarine-launched cruise missiles (SLCM) operating from the Gulf of Oman, plus the use of F35-delivered, […]

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MSNBC Ignores Catastrophic US-Backed War in Yemen

New York (FAIR) – For the popular US cable news network MSNBC, the largest humanitarian catastrophe in the world is apparently not worth much attention—even as the US government has played a key role in creating and maintaining that unparalleled crisis. An analysis by FAIR has found that the leading liberal cable network did not run a single segment […]

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NATO Rolls Out Offensive Cyberweapons

Washington (NEO) – NATO members including the US, UK, Germany, Norway, Spain, Denmark and the Netherlands have begun taking public steps in defining guidelines regarding the deployment of offensive cyberweapons. Reuters in its article, “NATO mulls ‘offensive defense’ with cyber warfare rules,” would state: A group of NATO allies are considering a more muscular response to state-sponsored computer […]

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Turkey’s Opposition CHP Leader Visits UK to Garner Support for 2019

London (MEE) – CHP’s Kemal Kilicdaroglu is due to meet Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to exchange ideas on how to win upcoming elections, says party. Hundreds of members of the Turkish diaspora gathered in a north London hall on Wednesday to welcome the arrival of the leader of Turkey’s main opposition party as he embarks on a […]

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Media Erase NATO Role in Bringing Slave Markets to Libya

Brussels (FAIR) – Twenty-first-century slave markets. Human beings sold for a few hundred dollars. Massive protests throughout the world. The American and British media have awakened to the grim reality in Libya, where African refugees are for sale in open-air slave markets. Yet a crucial detail in this scandal has been downplayed or even ignored in many corporate […]

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Theresa May “Takes on Russian Meddling and Fake News”

London (GPA) – In a significant foreign policy speech last night, UK Prime Minister Theresa May decided to use the opportunity to continue peddling lies about Russia. Last night, at the lord mayor’s banquet, Theresa May delivered the latest anti-Russian screed that seems to flow regularly from western nations now. Much like other western leaders, […]

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UK Government ‘Woos’ Saudi Arabia With $2bn Loan

London (MEMO) – The UK Government has agreed to a $2 billion loan for a Saudi Arabian oil company at a time when global financial markets including London and New York are competing for the 2018 planned floatation of the Saudi oil giant Aramco. A spokesman for the Treasury confirmed a Financial Times report published today that the government was […]

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Syrian Kurds Ask Britain to Take Back Suspected IS Member ‘Jihadi Jack’

Rojava (MEE) – ‘Jihadi Jack’ Letts was detained by Kurdish-led YPG forces in northern Syria in May, but British foreign office says it is unable to provide support. Authorities in the Kurdish region of Syria have charged a British man with being a member of the Islamic State group and are considering handing him over to UK […]

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