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Category: Middle East

Middle Eastern News

US Senators: ‘No Doubt’ Crown Prince Involved in Khashoggi Killing

Top US Senators left a closed-door briefing entirely sure Saudia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

These 37 Senate Members Voted To Continue The War In Yemen

As the American-backed war in Yemen continues, these 37 Senators voted against the discussion of an end.

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Senate Votes to Move Forward in Debate of American Involvement in Yemen

The United States Senate has voted to move forward with a resolution that could possibly end American involvement in the Yemen Civil War.

Saudi Arabia Preparing to Admit Journalist Died During Interrogation

Eli Ridder | SAUDI ARABIA (71 Republic) - Saudi Arabia is preparing a report admitting that Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi died during a Saudi interrogation at their consulate in Turkey, according to multiple reports on Monday. A source cited by CNN said that the report will likely find that the action was carried out ...

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Americans Must End the War on Terror

The War on Terror has been a waste of money, resources, and lives while also furthering government surveillance and the war economy.

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The End of Days? Apocalypse Cow Born in Israel

The Jewish Temple Institute claims to have bred a red heifer "apocalypse cow", but their next actions may spell conflict with Muslims.

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The Last Thoughts of Delavan, Killed by an American Bomb

A touching fictional narrative story about the demise of Delavan, a kind young man unfortunately thrown into a society with little possible escape

America Focuses On All The Wrong Problems

Humanity has progressed tremendously in recent times, yet we still have the audacity to complain about every little thing.

United States Coalition Slaughters Children in Yemen

A United States backed coalition led by the Saudis has missed yet another target, killing at least 50, many of whom were children.

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