• Yemen: A History of Conflict – Full Episode
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    Yemen: A History of Conflict – Full Episode

    (singing in Arabic) The decade began with a surge of optimism. Millions of Yemenis took to the streets in 2011 to oust an unpopular president. But Yemen was not to be a success story of the Arab Spring. (dramatic music) (people shouting) (guns firing) Instead, the country was consumed by a bloody civil war, exacerbated and sustained by foreign intervention, that has brought some 20 million Yemenis to the brink of starvation. Great Decisions investigates the origins of the conflict and asks what can be done to repair a fractured nation. Yemen: A History of Conflict, next on Great Decisions. (dramatic music) Great Decisions is produced by the Foreign Policy…

  • Will Congress Affirm its Constitutional Power to Stop the War in Yemen?
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    Will Congress Affirm its Constitutional Power to Stop the War in Yemen?

    It’s The Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore. Two resolutions are making their way through the U.S. Congress at the moment that could represent one of the first serious efforts in decades for Congress to reclaim its constitutionally guaranteed authority to declare or not to declare war. House Concurrent Resolution 81 and Senate Joint Resolution 54 could instruct the Pentagon to stop supporting Saudi Arabia in its war in Yemen. The war has so far killed over 10000 Yemenis and wounded another 40000 and caused the worst cholera outbreak in history, not to mention the food scarcity, medicine scarcity that Yemen is going through that…

  • The Middle East’s cold war, explained
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    The Middle East’s cold war, explained

    The Middle East is one of the most complex regions in the world: Currently there are 4 failing states and 3 wars, with major powers increasingly taking opposite sides. Countless armed militias and terrorist groups are spreading violence across borders. The region has seen conflict after conflict going back well into the 20th century. But among all the uprisings, civil wars, and insurgencies, two countries always seem to be involved: Saudi Arabia and Iran. They’re bitter rivals, and their feud is the key to understanding conflicts in the Middle East. The Saudis and Iranians have never actually declared war on each other. Instead, they fight indirectly by supporting opposing sides…

  • Civil Rights Under Trump | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix
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    Civil Rights Under Trump | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix

    These days,  the president gets so much attention, it kind of makes you feel bad for his team because you know what? They’re working really hard. We have a wonderful group of people. We have a great cabinet. There are those people that say this is one of the best cabinets  this country has ever had. I happen to agree. I do agree. If they’re so great, we should give them more attention. Forget Voldemort. Let’s talk about the Death Eaters surrounding him, because behind the scenes, they’re the ones  quietly getting scary shit done. And the best example of this  is civil rights. From the moment Trump took office,…

  • My Trip To Arabian Gulf Cup 2019 Qatar | Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium | UAE vs Yemen Match | My Vlog
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    My Trip To Arabian Gulf Cup 2019 Qatar | Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium | UAE vs Yemen Match | My Vlog

    Everyone is welcome to my video Am at Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium Duhail Sports Club The Gulf Cup has already begun First match at Khalifa Stadium The second game, Yemen vs UAE, came to watch. This is the ticket Then we can see the small views here I hope you like this video This is Duhail Stadium 9000 seating capacity What I’m about to see are Group A matches Group A, QATAR,IRAQ,YEMAN UAE Group B, Oman, Kuwait,Bahrain,KSA Here is good security It should not take a lot of items Items in the list you see should not be entered here You can buy ticket online This is the web site…

  • Bernie Sanders on push for anti-Saudi Arabia legislation
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    Bernie Sanders on push for anti-Saudi Arabia legislation

    MURDER OF THE JOURNALIST, JAMAL KHASOGGI.>>Bret: PETER, THANK YOU. JOINING ME NOW IS THE COSPONSORS OF THAT SENATE BILL, BERNIE SANDERS. THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE.>>MY PLEASURE.>>Bret: WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?>>IT IS VITAL THAT EVERYONE IN AMERICA UNDERSTANDS WHAT IS GOING ON IN YEMEN NOW. IT IS THE WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS FACING THIS PLANETS. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT IN THE LAST THREE YEARS AS A RESULT OF THE SAUDI LED INTERVENTION IN THE YEMEN CIVIL WAR. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT 85,000 CHILDREN ALREADY STARVED TO DEATH. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT IMMINENT STARVATION FOR MILLIONS MORE. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT 10,000 CASES OF CHOLERA MAKING OUT EVERY SINGLE WEEK. WE’RE TALKING…