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Yemen’s Children Are Being Shelled While the World Sits Back By Kristine Beckerle

Deadly Attack in Taizz Shows Need for International Inquiry Yemenis were again mourning their children this weekend – this time in Taizz, Yemen’s third largest city. Houthi-Saleh forces indiscriminately shelled a residential neighborhood killing three children – two of whom … Continue reading

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The shocking story of Israel’s disappeared babies – AJ

New information has come to light about thousands of mostly Yemeni children believed to have been abducted in the 1950s. ‘No one wanted me to know the truth,’ said Gil Grunbaum, pictured in the late 1950s with his adoptive parents … Continue reading

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The Tip of a Bloody Iceberg: Colombian Mercenaries in Yemen – by W. T. Whitney

Some 800 retired special-forces veterans of the Colombian army will be fighting in Yemen soon as mercenary soldiers. It’s no surprise: Colombia is a star contributor to the U. S. project of orchestrating proxy warriors to enforce its global plan. … Continue reading

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A Statement on Saudi Arabia’s Attack on Yemen

This Military Campaign is Illegal Under International Law We write as scholars concerned with Yemen and as residents/nationals of the UK and the USA.  The military attack by Saudi Arabia, backed by the GCC states (but not Oman), Egypt, Jordan, Sudan, the … Continue reading

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