but there have been some changes of heart officials from his administration published a letter in 2018 lamenti
But there have been some changes of heart: Officials from his administration published a letter in 2018 lamenting their support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen and urging the Trump administration to end its involvement. (12/14)https://t.co/WdHBvXOIEn
when jamal khashoggi was killed a number of senators said state sponsored murder was unacceptable they said th
When Jamal Khashoggi was killed, a number of senators said state-sponsored murder was unacceptable. They said the reckless Saudi war in Yemen was unacceptable. What are they going to do about it? A WaPo editorial. @PostOpinions @JacksonDiehl https://t.co/PKgBwuvpd2
thousands of illegal african immigrants and asylum seekers detained by security authorities in yemen s souther
Thousands of illegal African immigrants and asylum-seekers detained by security authorities in Yemen's southern port city of Aden are facing miserable humanitarian conditions as lack of basic necessities such as water and food https://t.co/1t2CT13suW
it is my honor today to announce that danny burch a united states citizen who has been held hostage in yemen f
It is my honor today to announce that Danny Burch, a United States citizen who has been held hostage in Yemen for 18 months, has been recovered and reunited with his wife and children. I appreciate the support of the United Arab Emirates in bringing Danny home...
the conflict in yemen is a horrific humanitarian crisis that challenges the conscience of the entire world yet
The conflict in Yemen is a horrific humanitarian crisis that challenges the conscience of the entire world. Yet the President has cynically chosen to contravene a bipartisan, bicameral vote of the Congress & perpetuate America’s shameful involvement in this heartbreaking crisis.
congress passed a bipartisan bill to stop us support for saudi arabias war in yemen has just vetoed it we cant
Congress passed a bipartisan bill to stop US support for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. @realDonaldTrump has just vetoed it. We can’t keep writing the Saudis blank checks. It's time to end our complicity in this humanitarian crisis – I’ll keep on fighting to get it done.
the conflict in yemen will enter its 5th year this week at least 16000 people have been killed 14 million peop
The conflict in Yemen will enter its 5th year this week.
- At least 16,000 people have been killed - 14 million people, half the population, is at risk of famine - 85,000 children have died from malnourishment since 2015 - 18 million people do not have access to clean water
historic victory the senate has voted to stop us military support for the saudi led coalition fighting in yeme
HISTORIC VICTORY: The Senate has voted to stop U.S. military support for the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen. This is the first time ever that the Senate has voted to end an unauthorized war. https://t.co/8SLVTA5m2d
today the house voted to end us support for the war in yemen we cannot continue to support a war that has caus
Today, the House voted to end U.S. support for the war in Yemen.
We cannot continue to support a war that has caused untold suffering for Yemenis. A diplomatic solution is the only resolution to this humanitarian disaster, and I hope the vote today is a step towards peace. https://t.co/kpc8jMz5Cl