• From cluster bombs to toxic waste: Saudi Arabia is creating the next Fallujah in Yemen

    From cluster bombs to toxic waste: Saudi Arabia is creating the next Fallujah in Yemen

    Mar 24, 2020 14:19

    In addition to killing and injuring hundreds of innocent civilians, American-made weapons have exposed Yemen’s people to highly toxic substances on a level not seen since the now-infamous use of radioactive depleted uranium by the United States in Fallujah, Iraq, which to this day is causing abnormally high rates of cancer and birth defects.

  • From cluster bombs to toxic waste: Saudi Arabia is creating the next Fallujah in Yemen

    From cluster bombs to toxic waste: Saudi Arabia is creating the next Fallujah in Yemen

    Mar 24, 2020 10:24

    In addition to killing and injuring hundreds of innocent civilians, American-made weapons have exposed Yemen’s people to highly toxic substances on a level not seen since the now-infamous use of radioactive depleted uranium by the United States in Fallujah, Iraq, which to this day is causing abnormally high rates of cancer and birth defects.

  • MbS and the risky adventure of seizing the throne

    MbS and the risky adventure of seizing the throne

    Mar 18, 2020 15:17

    Saudi Arabia has detained 298 public officials in a new alleged anti-corruption push amid reports that the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is seeking to get rid of potential rivals to the Saudi throne. A Saudi anti-corruption body known as Nazaha announced recently that it had arrested 298 government officials for crimes such as bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power involving a total of 379 million Saudi riyals ($101 million).

  • Selling arms to Saudis is crime against humanity

    Selling arms to Saudis is crime against humanity

    Mar 16, 2020 16:13

    The United Nations should call on the US and its allies to stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners who have waged an unjustified war on Yemen. It is crime against humanity under international law and UN Charter.

  • Global stock markets post biggest falls since 2008 financial crisis

    Global stock markets post biggest falls since 2008 financial crisis

    Mar 11, 2020 11:25

    Global stock markets posted their steepest falls since the 2008 financial crisis after a crash in the oil price amplified concerns about the escalating economic cost of the coronavirus outbreak. Almost £125 billion was wiped off the value of the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 100 in the fifth-worst day in history for the index of leading UK company shares, as it plummeted by 7.7 percent to finish the day below 6,000 points, its lowest level since straight after the Brexit vote in 2016.

  • WHO warns of global shortage of medical equipment to fight coronavirus

    WHO warns of global shortage of medical equipment to fight coronavirus

    Mar 08, 2020 09:41

    The World Health Organization (WHO) warned of a global shortage and price gouging for protective equipment to fight the fast-spreading coronavirus and asked companies and governments to increase production by 40% as the death toll from the respiratory illness mounted.

  • As Ansarullah fighters close in on Al-Qaeda in Yemen, US drone strikes target its leaders

    As Ansarullah fighters close in on Al-Qaeda in Yemen, US drone strikes target its leaders

    Feb 11, 2020 11:20

    An escalating campaign of U.S. drone strikes in Yemen has sparked anger from residents and tribal leaders. According to the victims’ relatives, the drone strikes martyred and injured a number of innocent civilians. The recent escalation comes after the Commander of the U.S Central Forces, Joseph Votel, handed ousted former Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi a list of al-Qaeda military commanders and their supporters being targeted by the United States.

  • Ansarullah anticipates US assassination attempts, warns US troops will be targeted in retaliation

    Ansarullah anticipates US assassination attempts, warns US troops will be targeted in retaliation

    Jan 31, 2020 13:47

    During a televised speech broadcast live on January 8 during Yemen’s Martyr’s Week commemoration, Abdulmalik Badr al-Din al Houthi, the Leader of Ansarullah, said that “We will no longer acquiesce to Trump’s equation in killing us and interfering in our affairs and to do nothing is no longer acceptable.” He pointed out that if there was no U.S. support for Saudi Arabia, the war against Yemen would not have occurred.

  • Shame: Americans stood by while Saudis helped criminals flee U.S.

    Shame: Americans stood by while Saudis helped criminals flee U.S.

    Jan 24, 2020 13:45

    Based on a law, it is revealed that the Saudi regime has helped an untold number of its citizens committing crimes in the U.S. flee back to the Kingdom before facing justice. This includes Saudis accused of assault, rape and manslaughter, including the 2013 hit-and-run of a 15-year-old girl.

  • During Yemen’s annual Martyr Week, anti-American sentiment prevails

    During Yemen’s annual Martyr Week, anti-American sentiment prevails

    Jan 16, 2020 08:12

    As the ongoing war and blockade against their country enters its sixth year, Yemenis are commemorating the annual Martyr Week amid an increasing feeling of hatred and resentment towards the United States. For eight consecutive days, Yemeni people commemorate those that have been martyred by the Saudi-led coalition. Programs include holding exhibitions, public ceremonies, and meetings where victim’s families discuss how they cope with the war.