European companies must be held accountable for arms exports to warring parties in Yemen
Tomorrow, Saturday 26th March, marks seven years since the beginning of the Saudi-led coalition’s entry into the war in Yemen. The Coalition’s bombing campaign, which has repeatedly targeted schools, hospitals, residential areas, agricultural and water facilities, and civilian gatherings such as weddings, funerals, and market places, has been the leading cause of civilian casualties in
Air strikes last night by the Saudi-led coalition on the Yemeni capital Sana’a killed at least 12 people, many of them civilians. The attack came the day after Yemen Data Project released an update revealing a surge in coalition air strikes and civilian casualties in December, with 32 civilians killed and 62 injured.
The undersigned organizations call upon the UN General Assembly to move quickly and establish a new international accountability mechanism for Yemen.
More Than 60 Groups Urge General Assembly to Establish New Investigative Mechanism
A report published yesterday by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) estimated that 377,000 people will have died in the war in Yemen by the end of 2021, from both direct and indirect causes. Sixty percent of these would be from hunger, preventable disease, and other indirect causes, while 70%
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) today held an “awards ceremony” for the top “Spoilers of Peace” in the war in Yemen, who are doing most to perpetuate the war, cause death and suffering, and obstruct efforts to
The DSEI arms fair opens in London Docklands 14 September 2021. The list of countries invited by the government to attend the arms fair includes many repressive regimes and countries involved in armed conflict.