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Five Years of War on Yemen: Saudi-led Coalition Commits More Crimes, Uses Prohibited Weapons
By Staff, Agencies
The Yemeni Center for Human Rights issued its fifth periodic report on the deteriorating humanitarian situation and crimes committed by the US-Saudi aggression.
The report listed the most serious crimes committed by the coalition in Yemen in violation of the charters of international humanitarian law.
Additionally, it documented the largest massacres and the most prominent crimes committed by the coalition forces in Yemen.
The report highlighted the results of monitoring and documenting the targeting of homes, residential buildings, places of civilian gathering and destruction of infrastructure.
The report documented the use of prohibited weapons by the coalition forces and clarified the violations committed against human rights and international humanitarian law.
The report also documented the stages of the deteriorating humanitarian situation and the risk of starvation, classifying the groups most affected with a brief explanation of those damages.
The report finally called on stopping the aggression against Yemen and issued other recommendations made by the Yemeni Center for Human Rights to the international community, international and humanitarian organizations, and to the national judiciary and civil society organizations.
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