The war in Yemen shows little sign of ending soon, despite the huge humanitarian toll. Within the war between Houthi rebels and the internationally recognized Yemeni government are other battles that threaten to split the country, reports @JaneFerguson5 .
News story: The first shipment of #Saudi #oilproducts exported to Yemen as part of a grant agreed with the internationally recognized govt there arrived at the Yemeni port of Aden, 8 May | #ArgusOil #OOTT By @AdalMirza :
This Yemeni girl was forced into marriage at 12 and disfigured as a teenager. Now she wants justice.
Saudi Arabia brutally murdered a journalist in its own consulate and bombed Yemeni civilians with US-armed warplanes. And if that wasn’t bad enough, it also may have transferred US weapons to violent extremists. It's time to start holding Saudi Arabia accountable.
Behind the warplanes and weapons the UK supplies to Saudi Arabia, Dispatches investigates the thousands of British contractors helping keep the Saudi planes in the air. With so many Yemeni civilians being killed by Saudi Arabian airstrikes, is this Britain's hidden war?