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Saudi Coalition Withdrawal from Hodeidah Raises Hopes Yemen War May Be Coming to an End

HODEIDAH, YEMEN — In the latest strategic blow to the Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen, forces from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have withdrawn from three strategic directorates in southern Hodeidah, Yemen’s main entry point....

Cubans Say They Are More Excited About School Reopening Than Regime Change

HAVANA — “If you build it, they will come,” said Kevin Costner in the Field of Dreams. In Cuba, they didn’t come. Dissidents on the island, with their U.S. backers, had been working feverishly...

Israel’s Designation of Palestinian Human Rights Groups as Terrorist Orgs Baffles Europe

JERUSALEM — The recent designation by the Israeli government of six Palestinian human rights organizations as “terrorist” organizations is yet another draconian step on the path to the total elimination of Palestinian civil society....

The “Seam Zone”: Israeli Officials Are Barring Thousands of Palestinian Farmers from Their Land

OCCUPIED WEST BANK — Taysir Amarneh, a farmer whose land is located west of Israel’s notorious apartheid wall, has been waiting 30 minutes for Israeli soldiers to open Gate 408 so he can enter...

How Saudi State Media Feeds Fake News to Israeli, Western Audiences

RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA — Saudi state media outlets have been found to repeatedly report information, lacking sources or supporting evidence, in order to attack their political opposition in the Middle East. This can range...

Revealed: Documents Show Bill Gates Has Given $319 Million to Media Outlets

SEATTLE — Up until his recent messy divorce, Bill Gates enjoyed something of a free pass in corporate media. Generally presented as a kindly nerd who wants to save the world, the Microsoft co-founder...

Yemenis Remain Unbowed as Saudis Intensify Bombing in Wake of Renewed International Pressure

YEMEN-SAUDI BORDER — This week, dozens of people were killed and injured near the Yemen-Saudi border when U.S.-made warplanes and French-made howitzer cannons fired unabated on many populated border areas in Sadaa and Hajjah...

Revolutionary Front Seizes Haiti’s Largest Fuel Terminal as US Weighs Military Intervention

Update: As this article went to publication, Jimmy Cherizier announced a temporary lifting of the FRG9’s blockade on the Varreux gas terminal for a one week period, deeming it a “truce for a week...

Bolivian President Luis Arce on Country Recovering from US-Backed Coup & Latin American Unity

[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=LaOqE7PdRcA[/embed] LA PAZ, BOLIVIA — Bolivian President Luis “Lucho” Arce did not pull his punches when asked by MintPress News last week what he thought about U.S. interventions in his region: “The message that...

Censorship is the Last Gasp of the Liberal Class

On November 8, 2021, Twitter locked my account for a period of one day for responding to corporate media darling and Russiagate fanatic Keith Olbermann’s slanderous reply to journalist Wyatt Reed’s coverage of the...

How Britain Aids Saudi Massacres in Yemen, with Phil Miller

[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=KUS6FusFaOg[/embed] A small English village is hardly the first place that comes to mind when mentioning the war in Yemen. Yet Warton in the northwest of England is playing an oversized role in what...

What Is France Hiding in the Sahel?

BAMAKO, MALI — On the 8th of October, Choguel Maïga, the prime minister of Mali, boldly informed the world that its former colonial power, France, was sponsoring terrorists in the country’s northern region. Standing...

The Facebook Team that Tried to Swing Nicaragua’s Election is Full of U.S. Spies

MANAGUA, NICARAGUA — Less than a week before Nicaragua’s presidential election, social media giant Facebook deleted the accounts of hundreds of the country’s top news outlets, journalists and activists, all of whom supported the...

UN-Backed Banker Alliance Announces “Green” Plan to Transform the Global Financial System

Unlimited Hangout — On Wednesday, an “industry-led and UN-convened” alliance of private banking and financial institutions announced plans at the COP26 conference to overhaul the role of global and regional financial institutions, including the World...

Palestinian Hunger Strikes Resist New Israeli Govt’s Continuation of Old Govt’s Brutality

JERUSALEM — Israel’s most unlikely prime minister, Naftali Bennett — who won only six seats in Israel’s 120-seat parliament, or Knesset, and yet became PM — just returned to Jerusalem after attending the Glasgow...

Syria Rebuilds Relations with Regional Foes Despite Ongoing US Opposition

[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=Ib5qNGLno3Y[/embed] Welcome to MintCast, the official MintPress News podcast featuring dissenting voices the establishment would rather silence. Today MintCast host Mnar Adley is joined by Vanessa Beeley, an independent investigative journalist and war correspondent...

Words without Action: The West’s Role in Israel’s Illegal Settlement Expansion

The international uproar in response to Israel’s approval of a massive expansion of its illegal settlement enterprise in the occupied Palestinian West Bank may give the impression that such a reaction could, in theory,...

Meet the Nicaraguans Facebook Falsely Branded Bots and Censored Days Before Elections

MANAGUA, NICARAGUA (The Grayzone) — Just days before Nicaragua’s November 7 elections, top social media platforms censored top Nicaraguan news outlets and hundreds of journalists and activists who support their country’s leftist Sandinista government. The...

Celtics or CIA? Gulenist Hoops Star Enes Kanter Rides Both Benches

NEW YORK — Despite not even leaving the bench, Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter was the one drawing the headlines in their season opener at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. The 6’10” Turk...

The United States is Organizing a Color Revolution in Cuba for November 15

HAVANA — The United States government is playing a key role in organizing, promoting and amplifying upcoming nationwide protests in Cuba planned for November 15. When directly challenged at a press conference as to...