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Almost 1,500 of them hit residential areas. Amnesty International says at least 36 of them violated international laws and may have constituted war crimes. “Despite the reported violations in Yemen, Italy continues to export arms to members of the Saudi-led military coalition,” said Francesco Vignarca from ...

Pressure is mounting on President Emmanuel Macron to scale back military support for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which are leading the coalition fighting the Iran-aligned Houthi group that controls most of northern Yemen and the capital Sanaa. Lawmakers and rights groups want Macron ...
Tirana Hassan, crisis director at Amnesty International, described it as “rather twisted” that a large proportion of the UN's funding plan will be paid by those who, she argued ... Nabil Al Kumaim, of Yemeni NGO Yemen Family Care Association, based in the rebel-held capital of Sanaa, will be at the gathering.
Saudi Arabia's aggressive publicity drive to rebrand its image, tarnished by a ruthless crackdown on freedom of expression and a bombing offensive in Yemen, is fooling nobody, Amnesty International said today, as it launched a satirical ad campaign telling the authorities not to mistake public relations for ...
“We have documented extensively how all sides have violated international law in the Yemen conflict over the past three years. Saudi Arabia-led coalition airstrikes have recklessly destroyed and damaged Yemeni homes, hospitals, schools and markets. As a result, thousands of civilians have lost their ...
“Three years on, Yemen's conflict shows no real signs of abating, and all sides continue to inflict horrific suffering on the civilian population,” Maalouf said. Amnesty has accused the warring sides in Yemen of having repeatedly violated international law. “Thousands of Yemeni civilians have had their lives ...
Since the coalition's campaign of airstrikes against the Huthi armed group began on 25 March 2015, Amnesty International has documented how all parties to ... “There is extensive evidence that irresponsible arms flows to the Saudi Arabia-led coalition have resulted in enormous harm to Yemeni civilians.
Three years into their war on Yemen's rebels, Saudi Arabia and its military allies – armed by the US and Britain – could stand guilty of war crimes, Amnesty International said Friday. While all parties in the Yemen war are accused of neglecting civilian safety, the Saudi-led coalition, which intervened on the ...
Since the Huthi armed group and its allies took control of large parts of Yemen in late 2014, thousands of people have been arbitrarily detained, forcibly disappeared, and tortured on the basis of their perceived political allegiance or religious beliefs, rights groups say. Amnesty International and other local ...


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