Cease Use of Banned Weapons; Ensure Clearance, Victim Assistance (Beirut) – The Houthi-Saleh forces’ use of banned antipersonnel landmines in Yemen has caused numerous civilian casualties and hindered the safe return of civilians displaced by fighting, Human Rights Wat
The Houti-Saleh militias are continuing the plantation of landmines amid silence of the international community though the use of landmine in disputes is considered war crimes. Local statistics affirm that hundreds of civilians are left killed and maimed and their fig
The Yemeni Information Minster Muamar al-Eryani has said that his ministry is seeking to release an English-speaking newspapers and a TV channel with the aim of briefing the international community with violations committed by the Houthi-Saleh militias against the Yemen
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday said that Iran's destabilizing influence must be overcome to end the conflict in Yemen. Mattis said the goal was for there to be a political solution through U.N.-brokered negotiations to resolve the conflict in Yemen.
The lawyer of the journalist Yahya al-Jubaihi has affirmed that the Appeal Court in Sana'a commenced its sessions on Wednesday. The lawyer Yahya al-Bukari made clear that the case of al-Jubaihi has become a case of public opinion and was strongly condemned by civi
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