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Saudi-led airstrike kills 6 civilians in Yemen's capital

July 20 2018, 08:28 | Rex Rios

Brigadier Tariq Saleh on one of the Yemeni battlefronts

Brigadier Tariq Saleh on one of the Yemeni battlefronts

"I happened to read a trade press article in 2006 that appeared suddenly and then it was gone... it wasn't reported again and the gist of the article was the reason the Bush-Cheney administration is so hawkish on Iran was because the United States nuclear power industry is very displeased that it's losing business to the Russian nuclear power industry in Iran", Kamps continued, adding, "you have to wonder what's going on in the background of all this".

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain swiftly backed US President Donald Trump's decision to reimpose sanctions on Tehran, reflecting their concern about Iran's ballistic missile program and support for militant groups.

Residents said they heard the sounds of planes at midnight and they accounted four separate powerful explosions on a family's house in Al-Azrakayeen district, north of the capital Sanaa. This amounts to a declaration of war'. Such behaviour is unacceptable.

Israel has called on Saudi Arabia and other USA -aligned Gulf Arab states to help take on their mutual foe, Iran, as heightened tensions erupted into violence in the Middle East.

A journalist asked him a question during an interview that will Saudi Arabia develop a nuclear bomb itself.

The "threat" references the occasional missile attack from Yemen, a country that Saudi Arabia has blockaded and bombed into a situation of dire instability and poverty for over three years.

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"We will find the right way and at the right time to respond to this", he warned.

'We are trying to avoid at all costs direct military action with Iran, but Iran's behavior such as this can not continue.

"Speaking to Radio Sputnik's Loud & Clear, Kevin Kamps, the radioactive waste watchdog at the organization Beyond Nuclear, called Trump's decision to part ways with the nuke deal "the worst broken deal ever".

He said: "If I allowed this deal to stand, there would soon be a nuclear arms race in the Middle East". "An aggressive Iran was emboldened as a result & its ballistic missile program became both offensive & exportable". Earlier, the military said it had intercepted two missiles fired across the border at southern Jizan province, hundreds of miles from Riyadh.

Tensions have been growing for some time between Saudi Arabia and other powers in the region.

"It's about Iran, not about finding a solution".

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