In its official statements, the Bulgarian government referred to the countries that bought arms from them, which were exported by countries such as Iraq, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Egypt, Russia, Afghanistan, Croatia and India reported in the Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda. Keep Reading
“Saudi Arabia should fund 100 percent of the needs of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen,” said the WFP’s Executive Director David Beasley. “Either stop the war or fund the crisis. Option three is, do both of them.” Keep Reading
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday that cholera deaths in Yemen had risen to 2,043 since April 27. Keep Reading
On the eve of Eid al-Adha, the internationally recognized president, Abdurbo Mansour Hadi, vowed to describe what he called the “liberation of Sanaa” faster than expected in a speech published by official websites of his government, a letter he signed a few hours after receiving news that he was not allowed to return To Aden while he was at a Saudi airport, and returned to the direction of his residence in the Saudi capital Riyadh. Keep Reading
They cannot slap us. We will slap them, the country’s supreme leader said in a message posted on Instagram.
A video message posted by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei hours after the country’s missile attack on multiple ISIS locations inside Syria in retaliation for the deadly twin attacks in Tehran earlier this month has received thousands of comments from his supporters. Keep Reading
The United Arab Emirates has threatened anyone publishing expressions of sympathy towards fellow Gulf state Qatar with up to 15 years in prison, after it broke diplomatic relations with the country this week.
The Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT) has reignited concerns that funding of extremism is linked to the Gulf Kingdom, which is the biggest buyer of UK arms.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for twin attacks at the Iranian parliament and a major shrine in Tehran, in what would be the first time it has carried out a terror operation on Iranian soil.
The founder and president of the Washington DC-based Saudi American Public Relation Affairs Committee (SAPRAC) stated on Twitter that the emir of Qatar’s alleged support of Iran and “insults” against Riyadh could see him suffer the same fate as Egypt’s deposed president, Mohamed Morsi.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, three out of six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in addition to Egypt, have broken off relations with Qatar, in the worst diplomatic crisis to hit Gulf Arab states in decades.