US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says his country will punish Saudi Arabia for the “heinous” murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, contrasting President Donald Trump’s statements that doing so would hurt American interests.
Yemeni army forces, supported by allied fighters from Popular Committees, have hit a military base in Yemen’s southern province of Ta’izz with a domestically-manufactured high-precision ballistic missile as Saudi Arabia presses ahead with a campaign of military aggression against its impoverished southern neighbor.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) says it cannot assess the fairness of a trial underway in Saudi Arabia over the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, emphasizing that in any case it is "not sufficient."
A recent report has revealed that Yemeni army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees killed and injured dozens of Saudi soldiers in the kingdom’s southwestern border regions in December last year as part of their retaliatory raids against the Riyadh regime’s aerial bombardment campaign.
A former French army commander reveals new details of a 1996 coup attempt in Qatar, saying the Saudi-led quartet of countries, which are now blockading Doha, planned to invade the Persian Gulf country at that time.
Saudi military aircraft have carried out a string of airstrikes against the Sana'a International Airport and al-Dailami airbase in the Yemeni capital city as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its atrocious aerial bombardment campaign against its impoverished southern neighbor.
Turkey’s official news agency has circulated new pictures of the members of the 15-person Saudi Arabian team that Turkish officials say murdered a prominent Saudi dissident journalist in Istanbul in October.
The UN-brokered peace talks between the warring sides in Yemen indicate that Saudi Arabia’s military aggression against the impoverished Arab nation has been an “all-out failure”, says a political commentator.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes out in support of the Saudi regime, which has been under fire globally over the assassination of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying criticisms of the murder should not go as far as posing a risk to the kingdom’s stability.