Yemen: A very British war

Britain: Saudi Arabia's silent partner in Yemen's civil war ... www.independent.co.u UK should face war crimes charges over missiles sold to Saudi Arabia
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UK should face war crimes charges over missiles sold to Saudi Arabia

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Britain is at the heart of a humanitarian disaster of epic proportions unfolding in the Yemen.

By Dan Glazebrook

At least 10,000 people have been killed since the Saudi bombing campaign against Yemen began in March 2015, including over 630 children. There has been a massive escalation in human rights violations to a level of around 43 per day and up to ten children per day are being killed, according to UNICEF. Seventy-three percent of child casualties are the direct result of airstrikes, say the UN.

Civilian targets have been hit again and again. Within days of the commencement of airstrikes, a refugee camp was bombed, killing 40 and maiming over 200, and in October a Medicins San Frontier [Doctors Without Borders] hospital was hit. Schools, markets, grain warehouses, ports and a ceramics factory have all been hit. Needless to say, all of these are war crimes…

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