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BY Dave Schneider | Saudi Arabia | 11/16/17
On Nov. 5, 2017, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri appeared in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and abruptly announced his resignation.
BY staff | Washington, DC | 5/07/16
In a May 7 report, the authoritative Middle East news outlet Al Manar is reporting that Yemen’s Revolutionary Committee, which plays an important role in leading the country’s national democratic forces, has released a statement denouncing the deployment of U.S. troops in Yemen.
BY staff | United States | 2/07/16
Saudi Arabia's vicious assault on the people of Yemen continues nearly one year after its initiation - and there's no obvious end in sight.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 6/07/15
In the context of a Saudi massive bombing campaign, the Army of Yemen, with the backing of Popular Committees, struck back by launching a scud missile at the Prince Khaled airbase, located in the southwestern Saudi city of Khamees Mushait. The government of Saudi Arabia says that the missile was shot down with its U.S.-supplied Patriot missile system.
BY staff | Washington, DC | 6/01/15
The authoritative Lebanese news outlet Al-Manar is reporting that the Yemeni resistance scored a victory over the U.S.-backed Saudi military on June 1. The report states, “Dozens of Saudi soldiers were killed and scores were captured in an attack carried out by the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees on a Saudi camp in Asir region.”
BY staff | Washington DC | 4/28/15
Iran’s FARS News Agency (FNA) is reporting that Yemeni Army and popular forces are moving to the border with Saudi Arabia.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 4/27/15
40 people gathered in Millennium Park here, April 25, to protest the U.S./Saudi bombing of Yemen.
BY Sara Flounders | United States | 1/30/15
Few events expose the utter hypocrisy of U.S. politicians’ grand words about democracy so starkly as their praise for the recently deceased King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
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