Last updated, 14 Dec at 6pm (GMT)
Highlights of media coverage with the U.S. Congress debate and vote on a resolution ending U.S. involvement in Yemen War and condemning the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
- Al Arabiya didn't mention or report on the Senate vote. Instead they reported on the House vote on Res. 274 ( CONDEMNING THE GOVERNMENT OF IRAN'S STATE-SPONSORED PERSECUTION OF ITS BAHA'I MINORITY...) quoting VOA Persian.
UPDATE: Al Arabia published a new 2 lines story highithing that the house won't be able to discuss it before January, and the ability for Donald Trump to veto the descision.
- Al Arabia English didn't report the vote (Last checked 4am GMT).
- Saudi English Daily "Arab News" had no mention of the vote or resolution in their Friday issue. Their website didn't report the news either (last checked 4am GMT).
A full breakdown on the votes is available senate.gov. Most notables votes came from Republicans senators Jeff Flake (AZ), Jerry Moran (KS), Rand Paul (KY), Steve Daines (MT), Mike Lee (UT)
Saudi Media Praise Yemen Deal
The Saudi Media chose to completely ignore the U.S Senate Resolution, focusing instead on upraising the Yemen Deal and the role of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman in making it happen.
The news draw the interest of 1.2m American, with Huffpost story "5 Democrats Bail Out Paul Ryan And Protect Saudi Arabia" drawing the highest intrest, and CommonDreams "MSNBC's Chris Hayes Denounces Five House Democrats as 'Cowards'" taking the lead in shares on social media platforms.