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MAY 08, 2016 - Zero Hedge

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80 Countries Just Slammed The US Over Habit Of Bombing Hospitals

Submitted by Claire Bernish via TheAntiMedia.org, Saudi Arabia, the United States, and their allies have developed a nasty habit of “epidemic” proportions in various military theaters, particularly around the Middle East — bombing hospitals, healthcare facilities, and, in at least one instance, an ambulance. But despite countless pleas from humanitarian organization Médicins Sans Frontières (MSF, Doctors Without Borders), that bombing ...

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MAY 08, 2016 - Zero Hedge

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American Troops In Yemen Signals Deepening US Involvement In Mideast

Submitted by Richard Sisk via Military.com, A small team of U.S. troops was on the ground in Yemen and Navy ships with Marines aboard were offshore to support friendly forces against an al-Qaeda offshoot as the U.S. deepened its involvement in yet another Mideast civil war, the Pentagon said Friday. Capt. Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, declined to say how ...

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MAY 08, 2016 - Forbes

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Saudi Arabia Is Getting Ready For "Peace" In The Oil Market, For Now

A shake-up in the Saudi government over the weekend, which included the replacement of oil minister Ali al-Naimi by Khaled al-Faleh, signals that the Kingdom is ready for peace in the oil market. Long serving oil minister Ali al-Naimi was the architect of Saudi Arabia’s policy to flood world markets with oil in an effort to halt the American fracking ...

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MAY 06, 2016 - CNN

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Saudi prince: Getting nukes an option if Iran breaks deal

In a reflection of the change and churn in the Middle East, former high-level officials from Saudi Arabia and Israel -- nations that have no formal diplomatic ties -- spoke publicly about their shared sense of Iran as a threat, their differences on Palestinians and the role the United States plays in their chaotic region.

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