Saudi Arabia’s war against Yemen has killed or injured tens of thousands of people and created the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet. You can learn about all of this and stay up to date on coverage with our Yemen news.
Many people don’t know about this catastrophe and unjust war against Yemen because the media doesn’t cover it. When they do cover Yemen, they only cover Saudi Arabia’s perspective.
Is it ethical for “journalists” to only highlight coverage from the aggressor’s perspective? At Geopolitics Alert, we don’t think so.
Instead, we provide front lines footage from Yemen’s resistance fighting against Saudi and U.S. aggression. We also provide detailed analysis of U.S. imperialism regarding Yemen for decades.
Browse our Yemen archives to cut through the mainstream media war propaganda and learn the truth about the war AGAINST Yemen.
(NEO) Civilian casualties were reported yet again in Yemen on September 10, with more than 20 people falling victims of Saudi airstrikes. It should be recalled that the coalition led by Saudi Arabia has repeatedly attacked civilian targets in Yemen, hitting residential areas with cluster bombs and routinely attacking hospitals. For instance, the hospitals run […]
Yemen’s ex president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, announced on Sunday that the new governing council is ready to grant Russia access to military bases. Last week Saleh announced a new governing council. Saleh’s party (GPC) along with Houthi forces currently control most of Yemen’s northern half. This announcement was made despite UN disapproval. An airstrike offensive from […]
(GPA) – The Saudi Arabian government has been heavily criticized over the past few months for war crimes they’ve carried out in Yemen. Many in the US have been critical of the federal government for supplying the Saudis with the weapons used in the conflict but this past week, the White House cancelled a shipment […]
(FPIF) Absent much stronger U.S. and European pressure on their Saudi allies, Yemen’s latest ceasefire threatens to collapse — which could mean a return to massive civilian bombardments. On the night of January 5, a squadron of F-15 fighter jets from the Royal Saudi Air Force carpet-bombed a neighborhood in the densely populated Yemeni capital […]