More than anything else in Saudi Arabia, that thing you smell is fear. Everything is coming unglued for the royal family there all at once. If we all weren't so distracted by the Coronapocalypse these things would all be front page news.
Last week, the UAE-backed separatists of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) declared self-rule in Yemen's south after seizing Aden, the port city that is supposed to serve as the temporary capital of what the press usually calls the "legitimat
Even with a cease-fire on the horizon it may never recover, thanks to the stupefying Western support for the Kingdom.
Scott interviews Nasser Arrabyee about the latest on the war in Yemen.
Iranian-backed Houthi rebels slaughter 116 Yemeni troops in weekend missile strike on barracks mosque before Saudi Arabia blows a rocket out of the sky over its airspace
On the night the U.S. assassinated Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani by drone strike, the U.S. launched a similar operation to kill a top Iranian commander in Yemen, a U.S. official told The Intercept.
-on same night missile strike killed Qassem Soleimani in Iraq, officials say
The US has secretly deployed military forces in Aden in Southern Yemen to reinvigorate its troops in case of Iran's retaliatory measures in response to the assassination of IRGC Qods Force Commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani.
Yemen - In mid-September, a joint Saudi/UAE statement said both regimes urge "an immediate end to all military operations (and) constructive dialogue."
Yemen - Yemen is Washington's war, its second longest in modern times, begun weeks after aggression in Afghanistan -- neither country posing a threat to US national security.
Many may have hitherto been led to believe that the Houthis were a ragtag armed force lacking in sophistication.
3 Saudi brigades killed or captured, including armored vehicles
Something curious is happening in Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Yemen = Whenever Yemeni Houthis unilaterally proposed a halt in fighting, the Saudis breached it straightaway in cahoots with the US, wanting endless war and human suffering, not restoration of peace and stability to the country.
The Yemeni Shiite group's spectacular attack on Abqaiq raises the distinct possibility of a push to drive the House of Saud from power
The attack on Saudi Arabia's major oil processing station in Abqaiq over the weekend was a major turning point in global politics. It may be even bigger than many of us realize.
The Crisis Over The Attack On Saudi Oil Infrastructure Is Over - We Now Wait For the Next One
Ten drones controlled by Yemeni Houthi forces hit two major Saudi oil installations last night and caused several large fires.
British planes and British bombs are spearheading the killings. Politicians and the media must raise their voices in opposition
Yemen president seeks UN Security Council meeting on strikes
Two weeks ago we wrote that war on Yemen will soon end. The Saudis lost their ally, they lost the war and would have to sue for peace. They are now doing so. But their fighting in Yemen will continue until that country finds a new balance.