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  • Everyone Not Exporting Arms To Saudi Arabia Is Halting Arms Exports To Saudi Arabia

    Only after Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered did the major networks like CNN finally discover Saudi atrocities in Yemen and a horrid human rights record and history of crackdown on dissent at home.  While perhaps we might say better late than never, it's interesting to now see pieces being written about "the latest countries to suspend new arms deals with Saudi Arabia" given that some of these countries' arms exports to Saudi Arabia were so minuscule to begin with...

    Zero Hedge
  • Yemen ceasefire resolution blocked at UN after Saudi and UAE 'blackmail'

    Britain had drafted resolution to avert famineSecurity council threatened with boycott of Stockholm talksA United Nations resolution calling for a ceasefire and the resumption of humanitarian deliveries in Yemen has been stalled by the US and other security council members after a lobbying campaign by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, according to diplomats at the UN. Related: UK tables UN security council resolution calling for Yemen truce Continue reading...

    the Guardian
  • Senators Angry With Saudi Arabia Look to Halt Support in Yemen

    Senators frustrated with Saudi Arabia following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi could vote as early as Wednesday on a measure withdrawing U.S. support for the Saudi intervention in Yemen’s civil war.

    WSJ
  • US to bill UAE, Saudi Arabia $331M for Yemen aerial refueling

    The Pentagon announced it will bill Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates $331 million after undercharging the two countries for U.S. aerial refueling of their aircraft in the Yemen civil war.

    Defense News