Saudi bloodbath in Yemen with British weapons

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This 28 May 2015 video says about itself:

Saudi-led airstrikes kill at least 80 in Yemen

A day of deadly bombing by Saudi-led warplanes has killed at least 80 people in Yemen’s capital Sanaa and in an area along the border with Saudi Arabia.

Witnesses said many civilians were caught up in the blast.

By Phil Miller in Britain:

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Six billion pounds worth of British weapons licensed to countries in Yemen war

WHITEHALL has licensed £6.3 billion worth of weapons to Saudi-led forces in the first four years of their war in Yemen.

The aerial bombardment of one of the world’s poorest countries has created what the United Nations regards as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

British-made fighter jets, bombs and missiles have all played a central role in the bombing, according to Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), which compiled the latest…

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