The Saudi coalition’s cooperation with and support for members of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been an open secret for many years.
As 2018 draws to a close and Yemen is set to usher in a new year, the invaders’ dreams of seizing the capital Sana’a have not come true.
Mothers are being forced to leave their children to starve as they face ‘catastrophic’ shortages of food in Yemen, experts have said.
American participation in Saudi Arabia’s devastating war in Yemen is a national disgrace that we should end as soon as possible.
Outrage over civilian deaths in Yemen has focused on airstrikes. But at sea, the Saudi-led coalition is suspected of attacking many fishing boats, killing dozens.
The Saudis’ bombs have struck factories, roads, bridges, hospitals, wells, funerals, weddings, gatherings entirely of women and a school bus full of children.