Tory lawmakers received the cash as the U.K. backs Saudi Arabia’s brutal war against Yemen
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Of the estimated population of 32 million Afghans, almost two million have been displaced by the conflict
Statement on horrific terrorist attacks in the capitals of countries first targeted in 'War on Terror'
The majority of the British public believe British foreign policy has been in part responsible for terror attacks on UK soil
Stop the War welcomes Jeremy Corbyn's speech on a new approach to foreign policy
With NATO holding its summit in Brussels this week, Rae Street explains why the military alliance remains a threat to world peace
Despite claiming he wouldn’t give a lecture, the President did just that says Robert Fisk
Voters are caught between choice and media disinformation, writes Mark Curtis
Bin Laden is dead; al-Qaeda is dispersed; the Taliban has been battered. Why are we still fighting in Afghanistan?
It's a strange world when Corbyn’s courageous opposition to these string of disasters is portrayed by the media as vulnerability, says Chris Nineham
Enough is enough: the government must change course
The Government Has Known Since 2003 That the Failed 'War on Terror' Could Cause an Attack Like Manchester
Had Iraq and Libya not been attacked, it is unlikely that Salman Abedi would have been in a position to slaughter people in Manchester
How can you claim to be 'obliterating' an ideology when you are the main supporter of its number one proponent?
According to a UN report, at least 235 civilian casualties were caused due to aerial operations carried out by international military forces
Trump talks of an 'ultimate deal' between Israel and the Palestinians – as if peace was just a commodity to be bought or sold
Stop the War condemns the attack in Manchester and sends condolences to all those affected
Cutting Syria off from Iraq appears to be a far more immediate operational aim of US forces in Syria
Chris Nineham: Trump's latest moves demonstrate an even more aggressive approach in the Middle East
Trump continues selling weapons to Gulf countries, signalling repression can - and will - go unchecked
Donald Trump is proving the most dangerous president in living memory – and Theresa May his willing sidekick