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The ‘Post-Truth’ Mainstream Media

For several months, Western officials and media outlets repeated thousands of times that there were between 250,000 and 300,000 civilians trapped under Syrian and Russian bombardment in East Aleppo. Western reports rarely mentioned the Syrian government’s estimate that there were only one-third that number of civilians in the rebel-controlled enclave – nor that its estimates were solidly based on what it had found in …

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Alexa Corse – The Missing Hillary Emails No One Can Explain

Two very different groups are trying to track down months’ worth of Clinton emails. One wants to know about her reaction to Libyan violence; the other, about her aide Huma Abedin. Among the hundreds of emails released by the State Department from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private account, there is a conspicuous two-month gap. So far, there are …

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Saudis Using Banned Chemical Weapons In Yemen – By Stephen Lendman

Saudis are some of the world’s most ruthless figures. They rule with an iron fist. They tolerate no opposition. They partner with Washington’s regional wars. They were caught red-handed supplying Syrian takfiris with chemical weapons – used against defenseless civilians. They’re at it again. Overnight reports indicate they attacked Yemen’s Saada province with banned chemical agents. Toxic gas left scores …

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The US Geostrategic Objectives Behind The War In Yemen

The United States is supplying intelligence to the Saudi-led coalition bombing rebel positions in Yemen and will expedite arms supplies to the alliance, Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken said in the Saudi capital Riyadh on Tuesday. After talks with the Saudi officials, Blinken told reporters that Saudi Arabia was sending a “strong message to the Houthis and their allies …

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Saudi Stocks Are Plunging Following Rejection Of Russian Embargo Proposal; Death Toll Mounts

Earlier this morning, RT reports that Saudi Arabia rejected Russia’s amendments to a Security Council draft resolution which would see an all-inclusive arms embargo on all parties in the Yemeni conflict. Saudi stocks did not like the news and began to tumble – now down over 3%, back at January lows as the fighting continues to spiral out of control with civilian death toll …