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Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: report - Big News Network.com;

Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: report - Big News Network.com

Big News Network.comWashington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: reportBig News Network.comLondon [UK], Sep. 9 (ANI): According to a new report, the Obama administration has offered to sell USD 115 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia over its eight years in office, more than any previous administration, and the move was intended to ...and more »

Tory MP Crispin Blunt Suffers 'Michael Howard' Moment On Newsnight As He Repeatedly Dodges The Same Question - Huffington Post UK;

Tory MP Crispin Blunt Suffers 'Michael Howard' Moment On Newsnight As He Repeatedly Dodges The Same Question - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKTory MP Crispin Blunt Suffers 'Michael Howard' Moment On Newsnight As He Repeatedly Dodges The Same QuestionHuffington Post UKTory MP Crispin Blunt had a 'Michael Howard' moment on BBC Newsnight last night as he repeatedly dodged a question over whether he tried to sabotage a vote calling on arms sales to Saudi Arabia to be stopped. Blunt, who is chairman of parliament's ...and more »

Weapons worth $115 billion offered to Riyadh by Obama administration - Kashmir Images

Weapons worth $115 billion offered to Riyadh by Obama administrationKashmir ImagesWASHINGTON, September 9: U.S. President Barack Obama's administration has offered Saudi Arabia more than $115 billion in weapons, other military equipment and training, the most of any U.S. administration in the 71-year U.S.- Saudi alliance, a report ...and more »

Weapons worth $115 billion offered to Riyadh by Obama administration - Kashmir Images

Weapons worth $115 billion offered to Riyadh by Obama administrationKashmir ImagesWASHINGTON, September 9: U.S. President Barack Obama's administration has offered Saudi Arabia more than $115 billion in weapons, other military equipment and training, the most of any U.S. administration in the 71-year U.S.- Saudi alliance, a report ...and more »

Four Senators Aim to Block $1.15 Billion Sale of Arms to Saudi Arabia - Conservative Free Press;

Four Senators Aim to Block $1.15 Billion Sale of Arms to Saudi Arabia - Conservative Free Press

Conservative Free PressFour Senators Aim to Block $1.15 Billion Sale of Arms to Saudi ArabiaConservative Free PressA group of four United States senators, lead by Rand Paul and Mike Lee, have introduced a bill to block the sale of $1.15 billion of arms to Saudi Arabia. The bipartisan bill is also supported by Democrat senators, including Al Franken and Chris Murphy.and more »

US Senators Call For Block On Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia - Mintpress News (blog);

US Senators Call For Block On Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia - Mintpress News (blog)

Mintpress News (blog)US Senators Call For Block On Arms Sales To Saudi ArabiaMintpress News (blog)America provides logistical support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen and sold more than $1bn of weapons in 2015. By Middle East Eye | September 9, 2016. Be Sociable, Share! Twitter. Facebook. Google+. A Royal Saudi Arabian Air Force pilot adjusts ...and more »

Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: report - New Kerala

Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: reportNew KeralaLondon [UK], Sep. 9 : According to a new report, the Obama administration has offered to sell USD 115 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia over its eight years in office, more than any previous administration, and the move was intended to replenish ...and more »

Saudi Arabia BLOWS UP college with 'UK-made bomb' - a day after PM defends £3bn arms deal - Express.co.uk;

Saudi Arabia BLOWS UP college with 'UK-made bomb' - a day after PM defends £3bn arms deal - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukSaudi Arabia BLOWS UP college with 'UK-made bomb' - a day after PM defends £3bn arms dealExpress.co.ukThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Share. The devastating footage sees a Saudi Arabian jets hit a Yemeni college with what is alleged to be a UK-made bomb. The video comes just a ...and more »

Saudi bombings killing children in possible 'war crimes,' and Obama wants to sell Saudis even more weapons - Borderless News Online;

Saudi bombings killing children in possible 'war crimes,' and Obama wants to sell Saudis even more weapons - Borderless News Online

Borderless News OnlineSaudi bombings killing children in possible 'war crimes,' and Obama wants to sell Saudis even more weaponsBorderless News OnlineSaudi Arabia, a longtime U.S. ally, is killing hundreds of children in neighboring Yemen in what looks like war crimes. But U.S. President Barack Obama still wants to sell the Saudis a massive package of weapons worth more than $1 billion, with no ...and more »

WATCH: Wolf Blitzer worries cutting US weapon sales to Saudis will hurt defense contractors' profits - Raw Story;

WATCH: Wolf Blitzer worries cutting US weapon sales to Saudis will hurt defense contractors' profits - Raw Story

Raw StoryWATCH: Wolf Blitzer worries cutting US weapon sales to Saudis will hurt defense contractors' profitsRaw StoryIn a Thursday evening interview with Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (R), CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer expressed skepticism over Paul's resistance to the U.S. government striking a $1.1 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia. Paul opposes the sale because he knows the ...and more »

As Criticism Increases, Saudi Arabia Seeks Help From Unconventional Places - ThinkProgress;

As Criticism Increases, Saudi Arabia Seeks Help From Unconventional Places - ThinkProgress

ThinkProgressAs Criticism Increases, Saudi Arabia Seeks Help From Unconventional PlacesThinkProgressSaudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Muhammad bin Salman listens to Chinese President Xi Jinping speak during the opening ceremony of the G-20 Leaders Summit in Hangzhou, China, Sept. 4, 2016. CREDIT: NICOLAS ...and more »

Senators Seek To Block $1.15 Billion US Arms Sale To Saudi Arabia - malaysiandigest.com

Senators Seek To Block $1.15 Billion US Arms Sale To Saudi Arabiamalaysiandigest.comFour U.S. senators introduced a joint resolution on Thursday seeking to block the U.S. sale of $1.15 billion of Abrams tanks and other military equipment to Saudi Arabia, citing issues including the conflict in Yemen. The measure was introduced by ...and more »

Wolf Blitzer Is Worried Defense Contractors Will Lose Jobs if U.S. Stops Arming Saudi Arabia - The Intercept;

Wolf Blitzer Is Worried Defense Contractors Will Lose Jobs if U.S. Stops Arming Saudi Arabia - The Intercept

The InterceptWolf Blitzer Is Worried Defense Contractors Will Lose Jobs if U.S. Stops Arming Saudi ArabiaThe InterceptSen. Rand Paul's expression of opposition to a $1.1 billion U.S. arms sale to Saudi Arabia — which has been brutally bombing civilian targets in Yemen using U.S.-made weapons for more than a year now — alarmed CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Thursday afternoon ...and more »

MPs emails could be read by private investigators over leaked Saudi Arabia report - The Independent;

MPs emails could be read by private investigators over leaked Saudi Arabia report - The Independent

The IndependentMPs emails could be read by private investigators over leaked Saudi Arabia reportThe IndependentPrivate investigators could be called to trawl through the emails of politicians and public officials, with chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Crispin Blunt determined to find out how a confidential report on the alleged use of British ...and more »

Obama has proposed over $115 billion of arms sales to Saudi Arabia - Big News Network.com;

Obama has proposed over $115 billion of arms sales to Saudi Arabia - Big News Network.com

Big News Network.comObama has proposed over $115 billion of arms sales to Saudi ArabiaBig News Network.comLondon [UK], Sep. 9 (ANI): According to a new report, the Obama administration has offered to sell USD 115 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia over its eight years in office, more than any previous administration, and the move was intended to ...and more »

Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: report - Business Standard

Washington offered USD 115bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia over past eight years: reportBusiness StandardAccording to a new report, the Obama administration has offered to sell USD 115 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabiaover its eight years in office, more than any previous administration, and the move was intended to replenish arsenal after war in ...and more »

US senators call for block on arms sales to Saudi Arabia - Middle East Eye;

US senators call for block on arms sales to Saudi Arabia - Middle East Eye

Middle East EyeUS senators call for block on arms sales to Saudi ArabiaMiddle East EyeA group of bipartisan US senators have introduced a resolution to block a $1.15bn weapons sale to Saudi Arabia as pressure mounts globally for an embargo against the Saudis over its intervention in the war in Yemen. The “resolution of disapproval” ...and more »

British government whitewashes official report exposing complicity in Saudi Arabia's war crimes - The Canary;

British government whitewashes official report exposing complicity in Saudi Arabia's war crimes - The Canary

The CanaryBritish government whitewashes official report exposing complicity in Saudi Arabia's war crimesThe CanaryA parliamentary committee has called on the UK government to halt arms sales to Saudi Arabia until an investigation has been held. But the government is refusing, and is instead doctoring the committee's report. Still in its draft form, the BBC ...and more »

Senators seek to block Saudi arms sale - Seeking Alpha

Senators seek to block Saudi arms saleSeeking AlphaFour U.S. senators have introduced a joint resolution seeking to block the U.S. sale of $1.15B of Abrams tanks and other military equipment to Saudi Arabia, citing issues including the conflict in Yemen. In August, 64 members of the House of ...and more »

Saudi Arabia cannot pay its workers or bills – yet continues to fund a war in Yemen - Belfast Telegraph;

Saudi Arabia cannot pay its workers or bills – yet continues to fund a war in Yemen - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSaudi Arabia cannot pay its workers or bills – yet continues to fund a war in YemenBelfast TelegraphIn Saudi Arabia itself, the government seems unable to cope with the crisis. The 'Arab News' says that 31,000 Saudi and other foreign workers have lodged complaints with the government's labour ministry over unpaid wages. On one occasion, the Indian ...and more »