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          Takes on the World: Kathy Kelly:US Role in KSA-UAE War Crimes in Yemen, Segment 1      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Renowned peace and nonviolence activist Kathy Kelly explains what is behind her long history of involvement in antiwar protests which has led her to take up the issue of US complicity in the Saudi Arabian-United Arab Emirates war on Yemen and its Houti militia, to the point, she argues that with selling the weaponry, in air refueling, and surveilling and selecting the bombing targets, that the US is leading the coalition that is killing and starving the Yemeni people after destroying the country's infrastructure. That destruction, she explains, is what led to the country's first cholera epidemic that took a million lives while pointing out that, given the deteriorating conditions and the lack of food, clean water and medical supplies, aid agencies have warned that another epidemic is on its way. Kelly describes how mercenaries from Chad and the Sudan, hired by the Saudis, have already cut a swath through the African coastline across from Yemen on their way to the fighting, the tortures experienced by captured Houti fighters and the disappeared which the remnants of the unelected Yemeni government can provide no accounting, She says that the main beneficiaries from the war are the US arms manufacturers who she names and shames and that it is incumbent upon the American people to mobilize not only to stop the fighting in Yemen but to roll back the record breaking multi billion dollar weapons appropriation. Pointing to past successes in difficult political terrain, she believes it can be done.

          Australia's Cummins, Hazlewood out of Pakistan Test tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SYDNEY: Australian fast bowlers Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood were on Thursday ruled out of the upcoming Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates as they continue to recover from injury. Both players missed the recent series against Engla
          Bangladesh's Shakib hints he will skip Asia Cup      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DHAKA: Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan on Thursday hinted he might skip the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates next month to undergo surgery on his finger. "We all know that I have to have a surgery," Shakib told reporters at Dhaka airpor
          Ghana replaces sacked energy chief in reshuffle of huge cabinet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ghana replaces sacked energy chief in reshuffle of huge cabinetGhana's President Nana Akufo-Addo replaced his sacked energy minister on Thursday in a reshuffle that still maintained the West African country's high number of ministers -- 110 in total. Akufo-Addo sacked Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko on Monday, and in the reshuffle he replaced him with John Peter Amewu, former minister of lands and natural resources. Press reports said Agyarko was removed because the president was unhappy with his handling of an extension to a five-year deal with United Arab Emirates-based AMERI Energy for a 300MW emergency power plant.



          Saudi official says Canada dispute won't affect oil sales      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Saudi official says Canada dispute won't affect oil salesDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Arabia's diplomatic dispute with Canada over its arrest of women's rights activists will not affect the ultraconservative kingdom's oil sales to Canadian customers, the Saudi energy minister said Thursday.



          Determined diplomacy needed to mend relations between Canada and Saudi Arabia, experts say      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

OTTAWA—Relations between Canada and Saudi Arabia are likely to be frosty for a considerable time in the wake of this week’s bruising diplomatic meltdown and it will take determined fence-mending to restore the relationship, experts say.

“I think it’s going to take a cooling-off period, perhaps a significant cooling-off period for this brouhaha to pass over,” said Peter MacKay, who served as foreign affairs minister in the previous Conservative government.

Roland Paris, a former foreign affairs adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said Saudi Arabia’s “extraordinary, fierce and impetuous” reaction this week makes it tough to quickly get things back on an even keel.

“I think the chances of normalizing the bilateral relationship in the short term are quite low. The Saudis seem to have made a decision to turn Canada into an example for other countries,” said Paris, a University of Ottawa professor.

Thursday passed with no further apparent recriminations from Saudi Arabia, which this week has enacted a series of measures to underscore its anger at Canada’s criticism of the detention of several activists in the country, comments it branded as “blatant and unacceptable interference.”

Those measures include booting Canada’s ambassador from Riyadh, returning its own envoy home, ending the studies by more than 15,000 Saudi students at Canadian universities, halting the purchase of Canadian wheat and barley, suspending flights by its national airline to Toronto and freezing future trade and investments.

There has been no word whether a $15-billion contract inked in 2014 to supply Saudi Arabia with Canadian-made light armoured vehicles could also be in jeopardy.

It started when Freeland and her department took to social media to protest the Saudi detention of rights activists, including Samar Badawi. Her brother Raif was arrested in 2012 and sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam in his blogging. Ensaf Haidar, his wife, was given Canadian citizenship last month.

MacKay framed Saudi Arabia’s reaction as “unreasonable,” adding, “they’ve really gone over the top.” But he said the original Twitter comments were a “misstep” that Freeland likely wishes she could take back.

“Taking to Twitter to chastise a country like Saudi Arabia is probably ill-advised. Not the wrong subject matter, not even the wrong words. But Twitter is a blunt instrument,” said MacKay, who said the tweets were done in a “hectoring, cavalier, righteous way.”

“The more important question, how do we get out of this,” said MacKay, now a partner in the Toronto office of the law firm Baker McKenzie.

MacKay said that Freeland has already started what he called the necessary “subtle, behind-the-scenes work” to resolve the crisis, noting her Tuesday telephone conversation with her Saudi counterpart.

“Short of a complete climb down, which I don’t see happening. I think it’s going to take some serious diplomatic stroking behind the scenes,” he said.

Saudi’s foreign minister has called on Canada to “fix its big mistake” but publicly offered no specifics on what Riyadh seeks to make amends.

Trudeau on Wednesday refused to back down, stating that the federal government would always speak “clearly and firmly” on human rights issues. But he did offer some potentially appeasing language, saying that Saudi Arabia is “making some progress when it comes to human rights.”

Paris said that the federal government now needs to keep its powder dry to avoid ramping up tensions.

“What’s important is that Canada not recant its defence of human rights but signals to Saudi Arabia that it wishes a more stable relationship and that Canada not escalate this dispute any further,” Paris said.

“The Saudis need to understand that Canada is not going to abandon its advocacy of human rights. If their position is ‘we’ll talk to you when you’re ready to apologize’, that’s not the basis for a constructive conversation,” Paris said in an interview.

He said that there are risks to Saudi Arabia too and that its “arbitrary” reaction could spook international investors at a time when the country is seeking billions of dollars in foreign investment to support domestic reforms.

He said the reaction of other countries to the dispute — that has seen some like Jordan, Russia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates side with Saudi Arabia while others like the U.S. and U.K. avoided taking sides — is a “significant symbol” of how global politics is changing.

The stance of the U.S. government is not surprising, Paris said, given that the Trump White House has shown little interest in addressing Saudi human rights issues.

More disappointing was to see European nations sitting on the sidelines, which Paris called a “very uncourageous stance.”

“What we’re getting is a glimpse of what the world looks like without the United States advocating for human rights. It’s a darker world in which autocrats feel emboldened and liberal democracies seek shelter,” Paris said.

Messages to Freeland’s office and the prime minister’s office were not returned Thursday.

Bruce Campion-Smith is the Star's Ottawa bureau chief and a reporter covering national politics. Follow him on Twitter: @yowflier


          Luxury Cars Rental Dubai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          The Strike will close out Fridays on Vine this week      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Strike, a six-member band noted for its high-energy performance style and musicianship, will be the final group to perform at Fridays on Vine this year. The pop band played from February through April this year at Q’s Bar and Lounge in the Palazzo Versace hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, at the request of […]
          United Arab Emirates for taxon Noetlingaster emiratescus Ali, 1989a †      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Architectural Draughtsman - Al Arabian Recruitment Services FZE - Dubai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Rex Tillerson Literally Prevented A War      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rex Tillerson really sucks, but he actually did a great thing here. In the months that followed his departure, press reports strongly suggested that the countries lobbying hardest for Tillerson's removal were Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, both of which were frustrated by Tillerson's attempts to mediate and end their blockade of Qatar. One report in the New York Times even suggested that the UAE ambassador to Washington knew that Tillerson would be forced out three months before he was fired in March.
          Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, Abu Dhabi & Dubai - Zayed University - Abu Dhabi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a leading university in the United Arab Emirates, is an innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
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          Faculty Position in Department of Mathematics and Statistics - Zayed University - Dubai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a premier university in the United Arab Emirates, is an innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
From Zayed University - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 14:05:45 GMT - View all Dubai jobs
          Faculty Position in Department of Mathematics and Statistics - Zayed University - Abu Dhabi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a premier university in the United Arab Emirates, i san innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
From Zayed University - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 14:05:47 GMT - View all Abu Dhabi jobs
          Dean - Zayed University - Abu Dhabi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a leading university in the United Arab Emirates, is an innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
From Zayed University - Thu, 10 May 2018 13:51:50 GMT - View all Abu Dhabi jobs
          Marketing Executive - Carter Murray - Dubai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Internal and External communications across the region. Dubai, United Arab Emirates....
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          Raging feud between key Gulf allies fans Middle East rumor mill      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Middle Eastern press outlets are buzzing over a rumor that former U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stopped a major military operation planned by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) against Qatar at the beginning of a regional crisis that erupted between key U.S. Gulf allies last year.

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          Architectural Draughtsman - Al Arabian Recruitment Services FZE - Dubai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We, Al Arabian Recruitment Services, are a recruitment consultant in the United Arab Emirates and serving to the clients in the UAE & ME for their needs of... AED6,000 - AED8,000 a month
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          AMZER® Designer Case - Love For United Arab Emirates      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Personalize your handheld while you protect it! This Designer case for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 are fashioned from a durable hard shell and topped off with a soft finish. The case is able to resist shock from accidental bumps and drops, providing the ultimate in phone protection. This Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Designer case snaps perfectly around your device and features precise cutouts for all ports and controls. So add a layer of fun and a layer of protection to your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a Designer Case! Customised and Print on Demand products like Designer Cases, Designer Hybrid Cases, Neoprene Sleeves can not be returned for a refund, they can only be replaced if any manufacturing/printing defect is found.
          Upwork Business Manager / Business development / sales manager for the software development team - Upwork      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We are a Web & Mobile app development company, catering clients since 3 years in different regions of world. We are looking for an energetic and target oriented Business Development Manager for our upwork projects hunt. Your job is not limited to hunt Business on upwork but any online channel from where we can get good clients to work with, as we are backed by a great onsite and offsite development team, well managed and supervised by experts of Industry. You get us the leads and we will assist you with full technical briefing to close the deal and accomplish. You will be paid based on the Business you bring to us. You have to be a dedicated Business Manager and always ready to come on contact with clients and represent us fully. More details can be discussed once proposal is received.

Posted On: August 10, 2018 07:19 UTC
ID: 213913401
Category: Sales & Marketing > Telemarketing & Telesales
Skills: Business Development, Communications, Lead Generation, Proposal Writing, Sales
Country: United Arab Emirates
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          Solving the world’s water shortage... by hauling a giant iceberg to its thirstiest regions      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Icebergs that calved from glaciers are seen on June 3, 2017 in Jokulsarlon, Iceland.

Icebergs that calved from glaciers are seen on June 3, 2017 in Jokulsarlon, Iceland.; Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

AirTalk®

A company in United Arab Emirates is looking to haul a giant iceberg from the Antarctic to either Australia or Africa in an effort to provide drinking water to one of these two water-starved places.

The journey, which is expected to launch in November, is about 4,000 miles; the endeavor will cost an estimated $60 million. The idea is not entirely new, and similar plans had circulated back in the 1970s.

How would it work — and what could possibly go wrong? Larry talks to our guests about the idea.

Guests:

David Cox, freelance science writer for NBC who has been covering the story; he tweets @dcwriter89

Christopher Readinger, head of the antarctic team at the U.S. National Ice Center, an agency that provides worldwide navigational ice analysis for the armed forces of the United States, allied nations, and U.S. government agencies

This content is from Southern California Public Radio. View the original story at SCPR.org.


           BBL rival looms large for Smith, Warner       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Steve Smith and David Warner are likely to be targeted by a new Twenty20 start-up in the United Arab Emirates, which has the potential to cause Cricket...
          8/10/2018: TIMES SPORT: Cummins, Hazlewood out of Pak Tests in UAE      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sydney: Australian fast bowlers Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood were on Thursday ruled out of the upcoming Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates as they continue to recover from injury. Both players missed the recent ODI series...
          OEM Systems Engineer - Telco      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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CFOApplyEmail JobSave jobUnited Arab EmiratesHigher Education CFO (Arabic Speakers Only)Higher Education CFO (Arabic Speakers Only)About Our ClientA leading higher education institution in the UAE at the forefront of multiple research streamsJob DescriptionThe CFO will oversee the Finance function holistically partnering with senior leadersh
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          Substation Site Manager in Dubai United Arab Emirates      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Senior Specialist Maintenance Opt in Abu Dhbai United Arab Emirates      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          ENGINEER OPERATIONS WELL SERVICES in Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Fast bowlers Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood have been ruled out of Australia's test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates after failing to recover from injuries, further depleting an already inexperienced side.

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          Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, Abu Dhabi & Dubai - Zayed University - Abu Dhabi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a leading university in the United Arab Emirates, is an innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
From Zayed University - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 07:54:11 GMT - View all Abu Dhabi jobs
          Faculty Position in Department of Mathematics and Statistics - Zayed University - Abu Dhabi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a premier university in the United Arab Emirates, i san innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
From Zayed University - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 14:05:47 GMT - View all Abu Dhabi jobs
          Faculty Position in Department of Mathematics and Statistics - Zayed University - Dubai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The University Zayed University, a premier university in the United Arab Emirates, is an innovative institution based on an international model of higher...
From Zayed University - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 14:05:45 GMT - View all Dubai jobs
          PPT needs some editing to look better - Upwork      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have attached a 55 slide PPT and only half the slides need some work.
About 10 slides are repeats of similar slides.

I need this PPT to look better - word sizes, adding some tables, shapes, animations. I have left notes for the Freelancer in the notes section. I would like to use slide 12 and slide 33 in a separate booklet, so part of the job is to create these 2 slides on Word.

This is a not extensive work, it is just putting make up on the slides. I will chose a freelancer today Friday and I need work to be completed on Sunday and for the freelancer to be available for revisions for Sunday. I should be happy with work on Monday it and ready to go.

Font must be Heletica Nue thoughout the presentation. I live in Dubai so if you add images of people, make them international.

Budget: $50
Posted On: August 10, 2018 09:47 UTC
ID: 213914393
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Ethiopia, UAE agree to build oil pipeline linking Eritrea’s port city of Assab and Addis Ababa

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Ethiopia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have agreed to build an oil pipeline linking Eritrea’s port city of Assab and Addis Ababa.

This was revealed today during a meeting between Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed and Reem Al Hashimy, UAE’s Minister of State for International Cooperation.

During the meeting, the two sides also discussed ways to implement previously concluded investment agreements, which among others, include development of real estate and resorts.

The two countries also agreed to conduct a study to build an oil pipeline linking the port of Assab and Ethiopia.

After the discussion, Reem Al Hashimy told Fana Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) that the UAE is keen to exploit the investment opportunities available in Ethiopia.

The peace deal reached between Ethiopia and Eritrea is a good opportunity for the UAE to invest in Ethiopia, she added.



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The “National Defense Strategy” document released at the beginning of this year declared bluntly that the nearly two-decade focus by the US military on the so-called “global war on terrorism” had come to an end. In its place, a new strategic orientation was being introduced based on preparing for “great power” confrontation, i.e., war with nuclear-armed Russia and China.
This was the first such defense strategy to be issued by the Pentagon in over a decade and expressed the urgency with which Washington views the preparations for a third world war.
A particularly crude and criminal outcome of this policy shift is becoming increasingly apparent in three major theaters where US forces are engaged in active combat operations. Reports from Yemen, Syria and Afghanistan provide firm evidence that the US and its local proxies are allying themselves with and employing the services of elements of ISIS and Al Qaeda in the pursuit of Washington’s broader strategic interests.
In Yemen, hundreds, if not thousands, of fighters from Al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), branded by the US government as the “most dangerous” affiliate of the loose international Al Qaeda network, have been recruited by Washington’s closest allies in the Arab world, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, to fight as foot soldiers in the near-genocidal US-backed war that these Persian Gulf oil monarchies have been waging against the impoverished country of Yemen since 2015.
According to an investigative report published Monday by the Associated Press, the Saudi-led coalition “cut secret deals with al-Qaida fighters, paying some to leave key cities and towns and letting others retreat with weapons, equipment and wads of looted cash… Hundreds more were recruited to join the coalition itself.”
It added that “Key participants in the pacts said the US was aware of the arrangements and held off on any drone strikes.”
“Elements of the US military are clearly aware that much of what the US is doing in Yemen is aiding AQAP and there is much angst about that,” Michael Horton, a senior analyst at the Jamestown Foundation, a CIA-connected Washington think tank, told the AP.
“However, supporting the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia against what the US views as Iranian expansionism takes priority over battling AQAP and even stabilizing Yemen,” Horton added.
This is a gross understatement. Washington is providing indispensable military support for a war that has reduced millions of Yemenis to the brink of starvation. It is prepared to wipe out much of the country’s population in order to bolster its strategic position and that of the reactionary Arab regimes with which it is allied against the perceived threat of Iranian influence to US regional hegemony.
The war has escalated in recent days in the ongoing siege of the Yemeni Red Sea port of Hodeidah, which was green-lighted by the Trump administration. The UN has warned that a quarter of a million people could lose their lives in this operation, while millions more across the country may die of starvation if it shuts down the port, the sole lifeline for food, fuel and medicine for at least 70 percent of the population.
Recruiting Al Qaeda fighters to slaughter Yemenis in this immense and bloody war crime is entirely consistent with US policy.
In regard to Syria, meanwhile, Russia’s Defense Ministry last Thursday issued a statement warning that ISIS has increasingly concentrated its forces in the area around al-Tanaf, near the Syrian-Iraqi border, where the US military maintains a military base and has unilaterally declared a 34-mile exclusion zone around it. US troops there have provided training to so-called “rebels” opposing the government of President Bashar al-Assad and appear to be providing a security screen for ISIS.
Launched on the pretext of carrying out the “annihilation” of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, the illegal US military intervention in Syria has repeatedly seen the US and its local proxies facilitate the flight of ISIS from besieged cities. The most notorious incident was in Raqqa, where a column of vehicles carried 4,000 ISIS fighters and family members, along with their weapons, ammunition and explosives, into the eastern Syrian desert.
The goal was to turn these fighters against government troops and aid in the US operation to deprive Damascus of control over Syria’s oil and gas fields, which are vital for the reconstruction of the war-ravaged country. The US aims in Syria are bound up with wider preparations for war not only against Iran, but against Russia as well.
Finally, in regard to Afghanistan, where the US has waged war for nearly 17 years, the New York Times published an article Sunday titled, “Are ISIS Fighters Prisoners or Honored Guests of the Afghan Government?”
The article reported how two senior commanders of ISIS, along with 250 of their fighters, had surrendered to the US-backed Afghan National Army to avoid being routed by the Taliban in northern Afghanistan.
“If they were prisoners, however, it was hard to tell,” the Times reported. “The government arranged for them to stay in a guesthouse in the provincial capital of Sheberghan. Guards were posted around it not to keep the insurgents in, but to keep their potential enemies out, according to the provincial governor. Although the fighters were disarmed, they were allowed to keep their cell phones and other personal possessions.”
The Times added,
“The dubious nature of the Islamic State surrender has proved a propaganda bonanza for the Taliban.”
The newspaper does not provide any details on the nature of this “propaganda,” but it does report that the ISIS fighters “were ferried from the battlefield in Afghan Army helicopters, avoiding a potentially dangerous journey on the roads.”
The obvious conclusion from this account is that ISIS has functioned as a US asset in Afghanistan, attacking the Taliban and carrying out atrocities aimed at precluding any negotiated resolution of the conflict that does not serve US geo-strategic interests in the region.
This more or less open alliance between the Pentagon and ISIS, a supposed prime target in multiple US military interventions across three continents, is not so much a new policy as the revival of an old one that was never fully abandoned, despite the inflated rhetoric of that greatest of all “fake news” stories, the “global war on terrorism.”
Al Qaeda, the original supposed arch enemy in this unending war, was the direct product of CIA and US support for the Islamist mujahideen in Afghanistan against the Soviet-backed government in the 1980s. Since then, these elements have had a dual use for US imperialism, serving at one stage as proxy forces in wars for regime change, and at another as a pretext for US interventions in the name of fighting terror.
Under the mantle of the “war on terrorism,” successive US governments, Democratic and Republican alike, have not only conducted wars whose victims number in the millions, but also carried out an unrelenting attack on democratic rights, from domestic spying to censoring the Internet.
The emerging international alliance between the Pentagon and ISIS only serves to expose the real interests underlying these policies, which are bound up with the waging of war to offset US imperialism’s loss of economic preeminence and defend its crumbling global hegemony, and domestic repression to sustain a social order characterized by the most extreme inequality in modern American history.

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The United Arab Emirates plans to build an oil pipeline connecting Eritrea and Ethiopia, the latest sign of the Gulf states increasing involvement in the Horn of Africa.The pipeline will run from Eritreas port city of Assab to Ethiopias capital Addis Ababa, an Ethiopian official said.Landlocked Ethiopia began extracting crude oil on a test basis from reserves in the countrys southeast in June and will need access through Eritrea in order to export it.Ethiopian broadcaster Fana first reported the pipeline plan earlier on Friday following a meeting in Addis Ababa between Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Reem Al Hashimy, the UAEs minister of state for international cooperation.The UAE played a behind-the-scenes role in helping Ethiopia and Eritrea end a two-decade state of war last month, Reuters reported this week.Hashimy, who last month publicly referred to herself as the UAEs policy lead on sub-Saharan Africa, said after meeting Abiy that the UAE is keen to exploit investment opportunities in Ethiopia, a country of 100 million people with the fastest growing economy in Africa, Fana reported.Abiys chief of staff, Fitsum Arega, told Reuters that the talks were largely on investment in industries, agriculture, real estate, (the) oil pipeline, (and) resorts.Most are under study, Fitsum said in a text message.REGIONAL RIVALRYThe UAE is also driven by a fear that rivals such as Iran or Qatar could gain a foothold. Both Qatar and Turkey are strong supporters of Somalias government. Earlier this year ties frayed between Mogadishu and Abu Dhabi and the two countries ended a UAE military training programme in Somalia.Abu Dhabi has a military base in Assab which it uses in its military campaign in the war in Yemen, located just across the Red Sea.Saudi Arabias Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir arrived in Addis Ababa on Thursday and met with Abiy, although there were no detailed announcements from the meeting.Last month, Reuters reported that Ethiopia had asked Saudi Arabia for a years supply of fuel with payment delayed for 12 months to ease severe foreign currency shortages.Eritreas foreign minister and a close adviser to President Isaias Afkwerki arrived in Ethiopia on Friday to discuss progress on implementing the agreement they signed last month.The rapprochement ended Africas longest major military stalemate and holds great potential for both economies, which were held back by the no war, no peace status quo.Though the two countries have re-opened embassies in each others capital and resumed flights, details ranging from border demarcation to war reparations have not been worked out. REUTERS RHK PS 1645
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The race for top honours in the 2018 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup continues this weekend at the Hungarian Baja. Two days of rally action in forests and over undulating ground will determine who walks away with maximum points.

Polish driver Kuba Przygonski goes into the ninth stop of the 11-race season leading the World Cup rankings. Alongside co-driver Tom Colsoul of Belgium, the duo have picked up 237 points so far this season. Helping the pair climb to the top of the leaderboard have been memorable wins this year in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Italy. Przygonski and Colsoul will be out to stretch their lead over World Cup rivals Vladimir Vasilyev of Russia (185 points) and Martin Prokop of the Czech Republic (174 points) in Hungary. “The battle for the 2018 FIA World Cup title is getting harder because the gaps between the leaders are small. I think it is great that not every round is won by the same driver – we have to fight hard for every win.” – Kuba Przygonski

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The action gets underway tonight with a short and sharp special stage of 12 kilometres. These results will determine the starting order for the first of Saturday’s timed stages, measuring 220 kilometres. The final stage will be also take place on Saturday, bringing the total distance raced in Hungary to 450 kilometres. From the start line in Veszprém’s Óváros Square on Friday until the chequered flag falls on Saturday we’re promised high-speed drama in Hungary all the way. Stay tuned to see how the Rally World Cup chips fall.

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Perhaps someone should tell Trump of US bases in Turkey prosecuting the War on Terror.
Here we go again: some months ago, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt embargoed Qatar over its alleged support for terrorism. Qatar, after all, has comparatively cordial relations with the likes of Hamas and Hezbollah. There's also the matter of state-funded broadcaster Al Jazeera continuously blasting Qatar's neighbors over authoritarian rule when Qatar just happens to be an, er, absolute monarchy. What right did the network have to criticize the likes of Saudi and the Emirates?

Enter Trump. Ever so vainglorious, he suggested that the embargo against Qatar was a good idea, and that he encouraged leaders of some of these countries to isolate Qatar besides. Whether the ignoramus was aware that thousands of American troops "fighting terrorism" were stationed in Qatar or not, Trump had to backtrack on his Qatar-bashing a few days later:
But Qatar is also home to the Al Udeid Air Base, which hosts more than 10,000 American servicemen. The air base is the main regional center for air missions against ISIS.

Trump mentioned the base in a May 21 speech in Saudi Arabia, calling Qatar a "crucial strategic partner," but MSNBC reported Thursday that a source close to the President suggested that Trump was perhaps unaware that there were American troops stationed in the oil-rich nation.

"I think it is fair to say that if there is a crisis this would be the first time he was briefed on exactly where our bases are in the region," Nicole Wallace said.
At present, global financial markets for stocks, bonds and currencies are being roiled by Trump fighting Turkey over the release of some evangelical minister jailed over what appears to be a trumped-up charge. Adding fuel to the fire, he's just announced forthcoming additional tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum. What started the entire imbroglio were negotiations that broke off over the release of one Andrew Brunson, the pastor detained in Turkey. Likely to please his base of evangelical voters who overlook his enormous and ever-growing portfolio of seven deadly sins, Trump probably calculates that destroying the world's 19th most populous country is a small price to pay for a few more votes come election time Stateside. "Stick it to the "Mooslems"!" is probably the Trumpian rallying cry of them moment.

But, there's also the small, neglected detail that Turkey is a key part of the Western security equation in that part of the world:
It is unlikely that the United States and Turkey will resolve their differences anytime soon. But given Turkey’s geostrategic location—in the backyard of Russia, and bordering Iraq, Iran, and Syria—the United States has an interest in maintaining the relationship. Turkey, meanwhile, does not need to add to its economic woes. The hope, at this point, is that as both Erdogan and Trump play to their bases, they’ll refrain from actions that would be hard to walk back from without embarrassment to either leader’s large ego. Despite the shifts of recent decades, the United States and Turkey still need each other. And the temporary political benefits domestically probably don’t outweigh that.
While it is indeed true that Turkey under Erdogan is moving away from democracy and towards authoritarianism, so is the United States under Trump. Still, it's inadvisable that the American blowhard offend the Turkish blowhard enough as to blow up the postwar security arrangement underpinning NATO. That is, NATO has sought Turkey as a moderating force with regard to Muslims participating in regional security arrangements to counterbalance accusations of religious prejudice. Not that Erdogan is reserved in fanning such insinuations:
President Erdogan described the sanctions on his ministerial colleagues as a “Zionist Evangelist plot” and vowed to retaliate in kind by imposing sanctions on the American counterparts of the Turkish ministers.

Pro-government Turkish newspapers are baying for United States troops to be kicked out of Incirlik, a Turkish air base used in the fight against Islamic State militants and other critical missions, but the Turkish government has not moved in that direction yet.
Insofar as Trump's USA is really punishing Turkey without much enthusiasm from other NATO allies, this brouhaha may be another case of him blowing up long-established relations for the sake of (perceived domestic) electoral gains. But, who would NATO turn to if Turkey boots the US bases out of the country? Where would the Yanks go then? The answers aren't clear, and you do hope Trump is apprised of this potential complication should he continue to punish Turkey over perceived personal slights.

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A tweet has gone viral on the Internet in which an “Israeli” journalist has accused the United Arab Emirates of being complicit in “Israel’s” bombardment of Gaza through letting its aircraft join the aerial campaign against the besieged coastal enclave.
The tweet by “Israeli” journalist Edy Cohen claims that an Emirati pilot had been involved in recent air raids on positions of Palestinian resistance groups inside the Gaza Strip.
He said the pilot “was part of the “Israeli” air force in the bombing of” resistance forces in Gaza “three weeks ago.”
He went on to challenge the Emirati deputy police chief, Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, who had apparently denied the participation of UAE pilots in “Israel’s” aerial assaults against Gaza.
“Does Dahi Khalfan Tamim deny the presence of an Emirati pilot who was part of the “Israeli” air force in the bombing of … Gaza three weeks ago,” Cohen said in his tweet, adding, “He trains on our “Israeli” f35s. I challenge him to deny it.”
Officials in Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv have not yet made any comment on the claim.
Cohen’s tweet comes over a month after “Israeli” media reported a visit by an Emirati military delegation to the occupied territories for talks with the regime’s air force on the “performance” of advanced US-made F-35 stealth fighter jets.
An Emirati military delegation reportedly visited the “Israeli”-occupied territories for talks with the regime’s air force on US-made F-35 stealth fighter jets.
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SANAA: An attack on a bus at a market in rebel-held northern Yemen killed at least 29 children Thursday, the Red Cross said, as the Saudi-led coalition faced a growing outcry over the strike.



The coalition said it had carried out what it called “legitimate military action” in the area targeting Huthi rebels responsible for a deadly missile attack on southern Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.

But the International Committee of the Red Cross said the strike hit a bus filled with children at the Dahyan market in the Huthi stronghold of Saada.
“A hospital supported by our team in Yemen received the bodies of 29 children under the age of 15 and 48 wounded, including 30 children,” the ICRC said on Twitter.
A spokesman for the Red Cross in Sanaa told AFP the toll was not final as casualties from the attack were taken to several hospitals.
The Huthis’ Al-Masirah TV, quoting the rebel health ministry, reported that 50 people were killed and 77 wounded, “mostly children”, though it was not possible to verify that toll.
The Save the Children charity, quoting its staff, said that at the time of the attack the children were on a bus heading back to school “from a picnic when the driver stopped to get a drink”.
A Yemeni child is transported to a hospita after being being wounded in a reported air strike on the Iran-backed Huthi rebels' stronghold province of Saada August 9, 2018. PHOTO: AFP
A Yemeni child is transported to a hospita after being being wounded in a reported air strike on the Iran-backed Huthi rebels’ stronghold province of Saada August 9, 2018. PHOTO: AFP

“Save the Children condemns this horrific attack and is calling for a full, immediate and independent investigation into this and other recent attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure,” it said.


Geert Cappelaere, the UN Children’s Fund regional director in the Middle East and North Africa, said all the children on the bus were “reportedly under the age of 15”.
“Does the world really need more innocent children’s lives to stop the cruel war on children in Yemen?”, he asked.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said that “civilians continue to pay the highest price after three years of war in Yemen, thousands of them have been killed, injured or maimed.”
Footage provided by the rebels’ Ansarullah Media Centre showed a number of wounded children lying two to a hospital bed, while in a separate shot medics tend to casualties in a crowded room.
The coalition, which also includes the United Arab Emirates, intervened in 2015 to try to restore the internationally recognised government after the rebels drove it out of the capital Sanaa.
Saudi Arabia shot down a missile fired by the Huthis on Wednesday, with debris killing a Yemeni man and wounding 11 others, the coalition said.
The missile was fired from the rebel-held Yemeni province of Amran towards the Saudi city of Jizan, the coalition said.
“The coalition will take all necessary measures against the terrorist, criminal acts of the Huthi militia, such as recruiting child soldiers, throwing them in battlefields and using them as tools,” coalition spokesperson Turki al-Maliki said after Thursday’s attack.
The Huthis have in recent months ramped up missile attacks against Saudi Arabia, which Riyadh usually says it intercepts.
Wednesday’s attack brings the tally to 165 rebel missiles launched since 2015, according to the coalition, which that year joined the Yemeni government’s fight against Huthi rebels.
On August 2, attacks on a hospital and a fish market in the strategic rebel-held port city of Hodeida killed at least 55 civilians and wounded 170, according to the ICRC.
The coalition denied responsibility for those attacks.
Aid agency CARE International noted that Thursday’s air strike came a week after the Hodeida attacks
“This latest air strike, only a week after the attacks on Hodeida city, demonstrates a continued disregard for human life and suffering,” said Johan Mooij, the agency’s country director in Yemen.
“It is beyond cruel; innocent children’s lives have been lost.”
The war in the impoverished country has left nearly 10,000 people dead and unleashed what the UN describes as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
The United Nations envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, told the Security Council last week that “a political solution” to end the war in Yemen was “available” and that the warring sides would be invited to talks on September 6 in Geneva.
UN-brokered negotiations on Yemen broke down in 2016 amid demands for a rebel withdrawal from key cities and power-sharing with the Saudi-backed government.

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