News Roundup 12/7/17

by | Dec 7, 2017

  • The Trump Administration plans to keep 702 spying program going with or without Congressional approval. [Link]
  • Robert Perry explains how the Russiagate believers continue to push the Russia hacked the election narrative after it has been proven false several times. [Link]
  • Russia looks to expand its influence over North Korea. [Link]
  • Kevin Drum explains the increasing casualties for Afghani civilians from US airstrikes. [Link]
  • Nick Turse looks at the extensive US special operations in Africa. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia pledges $100 million to the West African coalition fighting Islamists. [Link]
  • Putin declares victory over ISIS in Syria. [Link]
  • Trump calls on Saudi Arabia to relax their blockade of Yemen. Trump is asking Saudi Arabia to allow aid to enter Yemen. [Link] Saudi Arabia has not allowed fuel to enter Yemen in over a month. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia increases the intensity of the bombing of Sanaa. [Link]

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