There is a bizarre discontinuity between what the Obama administration knew about the jihadis and what they would say in public
Draft action comes following recent escalation in the conflict including direct strikes on rebel infrastructure by the US and the arrival of two Iranian warships in Gulf of Aden
Kingdom teams up with Japanese conglomerate that made billions from Yahoo and Alibaba.
Air strikes and shelling of eastern Aleppo intensify after brief period of relative calm
Kingdom has the largest budget shortfall among world’s 20 biggest economies
US State Department official asked repeatedly about why the US supports Saudi-led air strikes which have killed civilians in Sanaa, but has cut off talks with Russia over continued shelling of Syrian rebels in Aleppo
Police claimed the videos of Abu Sin and Christina Crockett were 'enciting' and invited 'negative attention'
Officials and lawyers within Barack Obama's administration repeatedly said that the US could possibly be defined as a 'co-belligerent' in the Yemeni civil war under international law
‘The humanitarian situation in Yemen is dire and getting even worse. Innocent people are dying every day. The UK Government’s response has been to continue supporting the Saudi forces that are dropping the bombs, and to sell them even more weapons’
White House says allegiance to its Middle East ally is ‘not a blank cheque’, while the UK warns it is ‘continually reviewing’ Saudi arms export licences
US says it will 'review' its support after latest attack
Data on almost 4,000 foreign recruits leaked by a fighter who defected earlier this year
A Google doodle is celebrating the anniversary of the implementation of our solar calendar
Lobby group seeks compensation 'over violations by US forces' during 2003 invasion
Royal decrees are becoming the face of social media parody
Princess Hassa has reportedly claimed diplomatic immunity over her involvement in the case