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“This was a massacre. Nine people died on that day. Six of them were children.” A Sky News investigation has discovered evidence of a recent potential war crime in northern Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition, which is backed by the US and Britain

Fresh evidence of possible war crimes against civilians by Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen has been uncovered by Sky News

Fresh evidence of possible war crimes against civilians by Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen has been uncovered by Sky News. The rebels are accused of an artillery shelling on a prison yard packed with female inmates and guards. Watch the full report by @AlexCrawfordSky  👇

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Yemen: Houthi rebels 'shelled prison killing six women and baby' in possible war crime

Fresh evidence of possible war crimes against civilians by Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen has been uncovered by Sky News. Read the full report by @AlexCrawfordSky  👇

Watch @AlexCrawfordSky  's full report from Yemen on evidence of a potential war crime by the Saudi coalition. Warning: This video contains images of a child with scars from shrapnel and details of the aftermath of an airstrike

Victims of Yemen's proxy war are 'screaming in pain, but no one is hearing'

Yemen's internationally recognized government and the Houthi rebels have reached a deal to release over 1,000 prisoners in a swap. The exchange will be the first large-scale handover since the war broke out in 2014.

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These arms will fuel the illegal Saudi war on Yemen, leading to death and destruction. Its shows how little Tory rhetoric around human rights really means. It is an outrage and must be opposed.

We must do more than just stop war with Iran. We must firmly commit to ending U.S. military presence in the Middle East in an orderly manner. We must end our involvement in the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen. We must bring our troops home from Afghanistan.

50K people have been killed in the civil war in Yemen 85K children under 5 have died from extreme hunger and disease Millions more are on the brink of starvation None of this bothered Trump He got upset when a Saudi oil field was hit in a drone strike, killing no one

House GOP went to extraordinary lengths to prevent a vote to end U.S. support for a war in Yemen that is causing a humanitarian disaster. Why? Because they knew it would pass. Democrats will vote to end U.S. support for the war when we are in the Majority, only weeks from now.

Two years ago, the Saudi crown prince bought a DaVinci painting for $450 million. That's more than half what Saudi Arabia is refusing to contribute to the UN to address the humanitarian nightmare their war is helping create in Yemen.

These children were slaughtered travelling back to school after a picnic. It is the latest atrocity in the Saudi-led war in Yemen, armed and backed by the UK government. UK support for this conflict, and the humanitarian crisis it's unleashed, must end.

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.

The news from Yemen gets more and more terrible. This week's updates: 1. It's getting worse. November's casualty numbers were highest of the entire war. 2. Surprise! We never billed the Saudis for the mid-air refueling. U.S. taxpayers have been footing the bill for their war.

The Yemen War is spiraling out of control. The Saudi/UAE/U.S. coalition bombed a Doctors Without Borders cholera treatment facility earlier today. Let me repeat that - the U.S helped bomb A DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS CHOLERA TREATMENT FACILITY.

I’ve been at this for 3 years, and I am blown away by this. By a big bipartisan margin, 63-37, the Senate just voted, for the first time, to move forward with a debate on ending American involvement in the Yemen war. Thanks to for their partnership.