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Head of Civil Status Dep. meets UNHCR deputy representative
[02 October 2017]
98 fishermen held by Eritrean authorities freed
[30 September 2017]
Mass reception for Yemen junior football team in capital Sanaa
[30 September 2017]
Telephone call between Revolution Leader, the former President
[13 September 2017]
President congratulates President of Kyrgyz Republic on National Day
[30 August 2017]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Two UAE pilots killed in Jawf
[17 October 2017]
Army destroys mercenaries' military vehicle in Mareb
[17 October 2017]
Three citizens killed in Saudi air strikes hit Saada
[17 October 2017]
Artillery shells gatherings of Saudi-paid mercenaries in Marib
[17 October 2017]
Several Saudi-paid mercenaries killed in Taiz
[17 October 2017]
 
  Reports
Report: 49 Yemeni civilians killed in 212 Saudi aggression airstrikes in six days
[05 April 2017]
Roundup: 1107 Saudi airstrikes kill 135 Yemeni civilians in March
[29 March 2017]
Roundup: Saudi kills 15 Yemeni civilians in 112 airstrikes on Yemen in 3 days
[25 March 2017]
Report: Saudi kills 68 in 301 airstrikes on Yemen in 7 days
[23 March 2017]
Roundup: Saudi kills 30 in 235 airstrikes on Yemen in 6 days
[15 March 2017]
 
  International
FM meets WFP official
[03 October 2017]
FM meets Russian charge d'affaires
[03 October 2017]
Yemen strongly condemns Las Vegas terrorist attack
[03 October 2017]
Water minister meets visiting EU delegation
[17 September 2017]
President congratulates his Tajik counterpart on National Day
[08 September 2017]
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Saudi Coalition strikes in Yemen amount to war crimes - HRW
[13/March/2017]

NEWYORK, March 13 (Saba) – Human Rights Watch Organization (HRW) confirmed that the airstrikes of Saudi-led military aggression coalition in Yemen, which have killed thousands of civilians, amount to war crimes.

"Yemen has plunged into a deep humanitarian catastrophe," RT quoted Ahmed Benchemsi, communications and advocacy director at Human Rights Watch’s Middle East and North Africa as saying.

Benchemsi called on the US, UK and France to stop selling weapons to Riyadh, RT reported.
"More than 3 million people have been displaced in Yemen and more than 80 percent are relying on some form of humanitarian aid. Yemen has the highest rate of child malnutrition in the world now and it is estimated that one in five persons are in severe food insecurity,” he said, citing data from the World Food Program.


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