Yemeni President: ‘We ready to stop attack on Saudi if they stop aggression, lift siege’

Yemeni President Mehdi Al-Mashat, Head of the Supreme Political Council, said that “Yemen is ready to stop its rocket and air attacks against Saudi Arabia if Saudis do the same and facilitate the access of basic aid through seaports; hen start a political process in a calm atmosphere.”Continue Reading

US-Backed Saudi Coalition Bombs Yemen School, Killing Mostly Children

Two women sort through abandoned backpacks scattered in a stairwell

With a War Powers resolution that would end U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia’s assault on Yemen currently on President Donald Trump’s desk, the Saudi-led coalition on Sunday reportedly bombed a residential area in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, killing at least 11 and injuring dozens more.Continue Reading

Yemen hospital airstrike under investigation amid resurgence of deadly cholera

Картинки по запросу Yemen hospital airstrike

UN human rights staff in Yemen are investigating an apparent airstrike on a hospital in opposition-held territory which reportedly killed at least seven civilians on Tuesday, amid fears that cholera is spreading “like wildfire”, one of the organization’s senior humanitarian officials has warned.Continue Reading

Saudi Arabia Rebuked for First Time by Fellow Members of U.N. Rights Council

Delegates at the opening day of the United Nations Human Rights Council last month in Geneva. Thirty-six nations in the body rebuked Saudi Arabia for its human rights record on Thursday.CreditCreditFabrice Coffrini/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

GENEVA — Dozens of Western countries rebuked Saudi Arabia for its aggressive crackdown on free expression in a landmark initiative on Thursday in the United Nations’ top human rights body.

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Primary Statistic of the Violations and Crimes that are committed by US-UK-Saudi-UAE Coalition in Yemen

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The current crisis is closely linked to the state’s finances as many people are in some form or another dependent on government payments. The fact that many state employees have not been paid, “partly caused a huge humanitarian crisis”.Continue Reading