US Oil Sanctions against Iran Just Efficient on Paper
Arab Analyst:
Abdel Bari Atwan, the editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm newspaper, underlined the ineffectiveness of the US crude sanctions against Iran, saying that the Iranian oil tankers still continue their voyage to supply crude to foreign customers.
US Wars and Regional Repercussions
According to a new report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, global military expenditures rose 2.6 percent between 2017 and 2018, to hit a total of $1.82 trillion dollars.
Yemen Death Toll to Surpass 230,000 – What Next?
Now that United Nations warns that about 231,000 Yemenis will have died from hunger, disease and lack of health clinics by the end of this year, it should do the next best thing: force the Saudis to stop the war on this defenseless nation.
On Ending US Assault on Multilateralism, Media
First it was WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange who was evicted from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and arrested on April 11. Prosecutors in the United States have now filed charges against Assange, and he is expected to fight the extradition tooth and nail.
The age of injustice
April 11, 2019, brought us a new word for Judas: Moreno—the puppet president of Ecuador who sold Julian Assange to Washington for his 30 pieces of silver.
US-UK-Saudi War on Yemen Must End
The US-backed, Saudi-led invasion of Yemen has entered its fifth year this week. Those first four years saw predictions of a quick victory turned into a massive civilian death toll, constant airstrikes, food and medicine shortages, and a cholera outbreak worse than any in human history.
International Criminal Court Should Investigate US War Crimes - Everywhere
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo might be doing a rational thing to impose visa restrictions on a number of officials of the International Criminal Court (ICC) or many state and military officials will end up in jail.
Blood and conflict: The legacy of colonialism in the Indian subcontinent
Exclusive Report:‎
Rasa – After leaving the Indian subcontinent, the United Kingdom has left only a legacy of ‎blood and conflict in the region.‎
US U-Turn: Afghans' Suffering Now Has No End
There is no end in sight for the suffering of people in Afghanistan because the Pentagon regime plans to keep its occupying troops in the war-torn country for five more years.
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