Ka’abi is the second Emirati serviceman to have been killed in Yemen since Riyadh launched its deadly airstrikes against the country on March 26, in a bid to undermine the ruling Ansarullah movement and restore power to the fugitive president, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi.
China warns Japan against military deployment ~ link ~ We are seeing the rise of new global alliances, same thing we saw before the First World War and the Second World War. Stirling
China has warned Japan over the consequences of bills passed by its lower house, allowing combat troops' deployment abroad for the first time since World War II.
Calling on Tokyo not to jeopardize China’s sovereignty and security, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying further stated on Thursday that Beijing solemnly urges Tokyo to avoid “crippling regional peace and security” in East Asia. "It is fully justified to ask if Japan is going to give up its exclusively defense-oriented policy," Hua added in a statement. She further described the legislative measure as "an unprecedented move since the Second World War."
German academics and generals promote military build up and war ~ link ~ The insane demonic globalists are now getting the Japanese and Germans to build out WWIII fighting military machines. Stirling
Saudi Arabian carnage in Yemen War is a threat to the Mideast says Iran Deputy FM ~ link ~
A senior Iranian diplomat has slammed the Al Saud regime’s ongoing aggression and blockade against Yemen, saying Riyadh’s relentless massacre of civilians in the neighboring Arab state poses a security threat to the entire Middle East. “The continued use of force by the Saudis in Yemen does not contribute to the resolution of the country’s crisis,” Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said in an interview with the IRIB in Tehran on Thursday.
Amir-Abdollahian criticized as “regrettable” Saudi Arabia’s disregard for the United Nations’ efforts to establish peace in Yemen. He further slammed the UN Security Council’s indifference to the ongoing “genocide” and crisis in the Arabian Peninsula state.
Four US Marines killed at two Chattanooga, Tennessee US Navy centers ~ link ~
The local district lawyer said the two incidents were being investigated as an "act of domestic terrorism". Chattanooga city police said it was the same gunman at both locations and confirmed he had been killed.
The gunman was identified as 24-year-old Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez by an unnamed official, according to the AP news agency.
Tim Farron has been elected the new Lib Dem Party leader ~ link ~
Mr Farron will address hundreds of party members at a victory rally at Islington Assembly Hall in London this evening.
He now faces the challenge of turning around the ailing party after it lost all but eight of its 57 Commons seats after five years in coalition government with the Conservatives. Nearly 34,000 members voted in the leadership election, with Mr Farron securing 19,137 votes and Mr Lamb 14,760.