Exclusive: Two Saudi Sisters On Run From The Kingdom Authorities – And Their Father Who They Say Is An Abuser

‘If my father caught me he would kill me’. Our @Channel4News report on the Saudi sisters fleeing abuse and the guardianship laws that deny women rights and safety.

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Donald Trump: No comment on whether he will ask Saudis about Jamal Khashoggi killing

President Donald Trump says Mohammad bin Salman is doing a “spectacular job,” refused to DISCUSS slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder: Latest United Nations Report Reveals Harrowing Details Of Washington Post Reporter

Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder: Latest United Nations Report Reveals Harrowing Details Of Washington Post Reporter

IRAN CRISIS: Saudi Arabia won’t hesitate to defend itself

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The latest on developments in the Persian Gulf region and elsewhere in the Mideast amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran 

The U.S. military command that oversees the Mideast has confirmed an explosion outside the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad and says there are no U.S. or coalition casualties.

A spokesman for U.S. Central Command, Bill Urban, says in a statement that Iraqi Security Forces are investigating Sunday’s incident.

A State Department spokesman says that “a low-grade rocket” landed within the International Zone near the U.S. Embassy and that there was no significant damage or impact on any U.S.-inhabited facility.

US National Security Adviser John Bolton: “To Stop Iran’s BOMB, BOMB Iran”

War With Iran? Count Us Out, Europe Says//Crimson Tazvinzwa

BRUSSELS — With strong memories of the last catastrophic war in Iraq, Europeans are united in opposing what many consider the United States’ effort to provoke Iran into a shooting war. Yet, despite the strains in trans-Atlantic relations in the Trump years, flat-out opposition to Washington remains an uncomfortable place for European nations.

Initially, not even pro-American Britain would go along with the Trump administration, with officials defending a senior British general in the coalition fighting the Islamic State who said that there was no enhanced threat from Iran in Iraq and Syria.

But that brought an American rebuttal, and soon the Europeans, reluctant to confront Washington directly, softened the criticism. Britain officially rowed back, saying that it now agreed with the Americans, while Germany and the Netherlands suspended their troop training in Iraq, citing the American warnings. (Germany subsequently said it was planning to resume the training exercises.)