Britain is up to its neck in Yemen: it is the major supplier of the bombs dropped on Yemen, and of the jets used to drop them.
The Israelis are trying to humiliate the Palestinians in front of the world but the Palestinians are resisting.
The political and economic situation in Venezuela today is the most difficult one the country has faced since 1999, the year in which Hugo Chavez assumed the presidency.
Though a UK High Court ruling has allowed the continued sale of arms to Saudi Arabia, is the British government acting unethically?
After the recent wave of attacks on Muslims in London, some are asking whether British Muslims are safe in the UK right now.
Philando Castile was shot and killed in front of his family by a police officer in the US yet the police was found not guilty of any wrongdoing.
Many people are saying that the leaders of the RBKC Council and the Tenancy Management Organization should be charged with corporate manslaughter for their negligence that led to the Grenfell Tower.
Almost half of Britons believe Theresa May should quit as Prime Minister, according to polls conducted since the general election.
British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says it is time for the UK to hold "difficult conversations" with Saudi Arabia and other Arab states of the Persian Gulf in the wake of the London terror attack.
Have MI5 and MI6 been playing a dangerous game by supporting Takfiri terrorists in Libya and Syria and now one of those terrorists has attacked Manchester?
Donald Trump, who is critical of Islam and Muslims, visits Saudi Arabia to give a speech on Islam.
Is the United States engaged in another regime change operation in Venezuela?
The US is complicit in the Saudi Bombing campaign in Yemen as it continues to fund and support the terrorist state.
After less than two years as Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn is leading the party into a snap general election.
What do the French elections mean for the future of mainstream parties in France?
The United States escalates tensions on the Korean Peninsula in an attempt to flex its power.
Why did President Trump, who wants to ban Syrians from entering his country, attack Syria?
This program is about Northern Island referendum on leaving the United Kingdom.
The British-born man who killed four people and injured more than 50 others in an attack outside the British Parliament in London last week was known as a potential extremist to UK intelligence agencies in 2010, a report says.
Donald Trump’s decision to deploy hundreds of US marines in northern Syria last week has received surprisingly little attention but a fierce reaction from the Sovereign leader of the country, President Bashar al-Assad.
South Koreans hope for change under a new president, which could lead to better relations with North Korea.
Hundreds of thousands march in London to protest against "yet more austerity" in the health service.
Geert Wilders, the leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom, is fairly confident about how his party may fare in the March 15 elections.
Libya's Red Crescent has said that 74 bodies of refugees have washed ashore in the western city of Zawiya on the Mediterranean Sea.
North Korea says it has successfully completed the launch of a new ballistic missile showing the world that it will defend itself in the face of US hostility.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged fresh sanctions against Iran during a visit to the UK.
US President Donald Trump has pledged to get tough with Iran, warning the Islamic Republic after its ballistic missile test on Sunday that it was playing with fire.
Premier May has said the UK “cannot possibly” remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean “not leaving the EU at all.”
While Obama came to office pledging to end George W Bush’s wars, he leaves office having been at war longer than any president in US history.
Prime Minister May distances London from Washington after US Secretary of State Kerry expresses strong disapproval of Tel Aviv policies.
Just as we enter 2017, we look back at 2016. We are reminded of the double standards, contradictions, and absurdities we saw last year.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Saudi Arabia is “twisting” Islam and using proxies to fight its own battles in the Middle East.
Mrs. May has said that her recent trip to Bahrain was a marvelous opportunity for “[Persian] Gulf investment” that is “regenerating cities across the UK."
Tens of thousands of workers have rallied in Seoul and cities across South Korea to demand the immediate resignation of President Park Geun-hye.
The British government is spending £369 million on refurbishing Buckingham Palace at the same time as it is cutting other key services.
What will US-UK relations look like under the presidency in the US of Donald Trump?
The British high court ruling that Britain’s exit from the EU must first be debated in parliament has sent another shock wave to the country’s social and political arenas.
Britain’s former prime minister David Cameron has resigned as the Conservative member of the British parliament. What is his legacy?
The UK’s average arms sales has exceeded Russia, China, and France and is second only to the US, a report says.
Two young British Muslim sisters were recently forced off a British plane after a passenger falsely claimed that they were members of ISIL.
The UK military is not adequately equipped to deal with the growing threat of a world war. That’s what a top British military commander said as he called for more funding.
The number of Britons who have left the country to join Daesh and similar extremist groups in the Middle East is on the rise, according to a new report.
So far, the UK has licensed £3.3 billion in lethal arms to dictatorship Saudi Arabia to bomb Yemen.
Over the recent months, the West has been reeling from a series of brutal and lethal terror attacks. Muslim leaders in France and around the world have repeated their clear condemnations.
The British economy has shrunk at its fastest rate since April 2009 -- the peak of the 2007-08 financial crisis – following the vote to leave the European Union (EU), according to a business survey.
Is France doing enough to protect the public against terrorist attacks, and will the French president’s declaration of war make Western Europe more of a target or less?
British police say the spike in hate crimes in the UK following the European Union (EU) referendum was the worst on record — and connected directly to the referendum.
Senior figures from Labour and the Scottish National party are considering calls for legal action against Tony Blair following severe criticisms from the long-awaited Chilcot inquiry.
In the most important referendum in the recent British political history, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union by the narrowest majority.
Former chair of the Conservative Party Sayeeda Hussain Warsi has been subjected to Islamophobic abuse by supporters of Leave the EU campaign after switching her sides from the Leave to Remain camp.
UEFA has threatened to disqualify Russia and England from the Euro 2016 due to violence during their opening match.
The UK’s pro-Brexit Justice Secretary Michael Gove has slammed the “invincible arrogance of Europe’s elites.”
Police say those who planned the Paris and Brussels terror attacks had information on bombings, shootings and even chemical drone strikes against England soccer fans in Marseille.
Only one in eight British militants who fought alongside terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq have faced prosecution after returning to the UK.
The Scottish National Party’s Alex Salmond says former British Prime Minister Tony Blair should be taken to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for invading Iraq depending on an inquiry's findings.
Could the British Labour Party apologize for helping to create Israel on occupied Palestinian territory? UK Labour Member of Parliament, Rupa Asha Huq, believes so.
Israel has been accused of “ethnic cleansing” against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Echoing the escalation in the early days of the Vietnam conflict, President Barrack Obama announced plans to send hundreds more military personnel to Syria.
Obama’s recent met with King Salman in Riyadh and began tense talks with the Saudis and Washington’s other Persian Gulf allies.
US President Barack Obama says his ‘worst mistake’ in the past eight years was mishandling the crisis in Libya.
At a news conference after a nuclear security summit in Washington, US President Barack Obama was asked about an increase in drone operations in Libya, Syria, Somalia and elsewhere.
Human rights experts say the CIA’s photographing of detainees in an undignified way is a form of sexual assault and “sexual humiliation.”
Israel continues to seize more Palestinian land in defiance of widespread international criticism.
In this edition of the show we ask: Why doesn’t Washington stop clear human rights violations by Saudis in Yemen?
Mercenaries from private US military firm DynCorp recently arrived in the Yemeni city of Aden to replace paid militants from another US company, where UAE forces are fighting against Yemen.
In the race to become the Republican candidate for president, property billionaire Donald Trump seems firmly in the lead, despite his bizarre campaign included regular disturbing social media comments.
Israel is talking up the case for splitting Syria in two. At least two senior Israeli spokespeople have clearly stated their belief that dividing Syria is “the only possible solution.”
America is playing a strange game against Iran. After longstanding Western sanctions were lifted, Washington immediately imposed new sanctions because of its defensive missile program.
Over 60 percent of American residents disapprove of President Obama’s handling of the militant threat.
Saudi Arabia has warned the UN and international aid agencies to withdraw all staff from northern Yemen. In Bahrain, the regime has again brutally oppressed peaceful protesters.
The US was instrumental in the creation of ISIL. America’s Persian Gulf allies helped them, as the vice-president, Joe Biden, has already acknowledged.
‘I think Saudi promotion of Wahhabism is absolutely a problem.’ So says Robert Ford, former US ambassador to Syria, about factors driving ISIL recruitment.
Is America’s relationship with Saudi Arabia in trouble? Reports claim Riyadh has refused the Pentagon’s offer of combat ships to modernize its fleet in the Persian Gulf.
How does America choose its friends? Saudi Arabia has executed Shia scholar Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a critic of the Riyadh regime, along with 46 others, on vague charges of “terrorism” drawing international condemnation.
Rather than celebrating the New Year, millions of Americans dread the arrival of 2016.
As 2015 ends, the number of people killed by US police has risen to well over 1000, triggering the recent publication of a New York Times editorial entitled "End the Gun Epidemic in America."
GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump calls for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims" entering the United States.
Daesh Takfiri terrorists are believed to have made over $800 million dollars in black market oil sales in Turkey over the last eight months.
The United States and its coalition partners have air-dropped tonnes of weapons to militants fighting inside Syria, according to a US military spokesman.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says the Middle East would be safer if the US had not “made a mess” by attacking Iraq and Libya.
Daesh has threatened to carry out bombings in major US cities. Not surprisingly, security agencies in America have been on alert following the recent attacks in Paris
An intelligence report from 2012 is just one of hundreds of unclassified documents that demonstrate the US were very much aware of the establishment of the Daesh nearly two years earlier.
Israeli forces have attacked more Palestinians across the occupied West Bank in raids and direct confrontations, killing many in the past two months alone.
This episode of "A Simple Question," focuses on the UN's inaction against Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen.
US intentional bombing of Afghan hospital
US funding Israel despite violence against Palestinians
Who is responsible for Mina tragedy?
Russia has launched a series of airstrikes aimed at combating militants in Syria.
US sympathy for Saudi warmongers, not Yemeni victims
The UN Security Council unanimously adopts a resolution on the JCPOA.
Gun violence in United States