News Roundup 6/14/18

by | Jun 14, 2018

News Roundup 6/14/18

by | Jun 14, 2018

  • South Korea voices support for the US ending war games with South Korea. [Link]
  • Trump says North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat. [Link]
  • North and South Korea hold high-level military talks. [Link]
  • Peter Van Buren explains the successes of the Trump/Kim Summit. [Link]
  • Ron Paul gives his thoughts on the benefits of the Trump/Kim Summit. [Link]
  • Establishment hawks have a long history of ruining diplomacy with North Korea. [Link]
  • Scott Ritter explains why Trump will never get a better deal on Iran. [Link]
  • The Syrian Army is building up its air defense near Israel. [Link]
  • Iraqi political leaders, Sadr and Amiri, announce an alliance. [Link]
  • The US will provide the Saudi coalition with additional military intelligence in the Yemen Civil War. [Link]
  • The Saudi coalition announces the start of the attack on Hodeida. [Link] Several Representatives and aid groups are calling on the US to end support for the assault. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia claims that Doctors Without Borders failed to notify the Saudi government about the location of a cholera treatment facility in Yemen that was bombed by the kingdom. Senator Chirs Murphy explains the Saudi government is lying and was informed several times of the location of the cholera center. [Link]
  • Gary Brecher on the Western media blackout of the Yemeni Civil War. [Link]

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