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A new report from Amnesty International has called for suspension of the transfer of arms used in attacks on Yemen and an investigation into Saudi Arabian violations.
Saudi Arabia-led coalition airstrikes and attacks by pro- and anti-Huthi armed groups in Yemen have killed scores of civilians, says a new report from Amnesty International.
Speaking at the Security Council, the top United Nations humanitarian official has pressed the international community to redouble its efforts for a ceasefire in Yemen.
The Guardian and the New York Times have revealed the existence of documents showing the contribution made by UK intelligence agency GCHQ to US drone strikes in Yemen.
As the death toll in Yemen passes 2000 and the punishment of blogger Rai Badawi is upheld, CAAT has again called for the UK to end arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
A court in Germany is to take evidence from a Yemeni victim of the secret US drone programme following revelations that military bases in Germany play a key role in the strikes.
Campaign Against Arms Trade has called on the government to ensure that weapons supplied by UK companies are not used in Saudi led air-strikes on Yemen.
At least six children under the age of ten were among 25 people reported killed in Saudi Arabian-led airstrikes in the Yemeni capital Sana’a on 26 March 2015, says Amnesty.
A UN body that tracks forced disappearance has reiterated its call to Yemen to produce a US citizen missing from a prison in the country for nearly nine months.
The Yemeni government has paid compensation to civilian victims of a 2013 drone strike that hit a wedding convoy and which US Government sources have claimed killed only ‘militants.’
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