An elderly Yemeni woman waits to receive free food donated by Yemeni volunteers during the holy month of Ramadan, in Sanaa, Yemen’s capital. A new Human Rights Watch report, released Tuesday, June 30, accuses Saudi Arabia of violating the laws of war with its aerial bombing.
An elderly Yemeni woman waits to receive free food donated by Yemeni volunteers during the holy month of Ramadan, in Sanaa, Yemen’s capital. A new Human Rights Watch report, released Tuesday, June 30, accuses Saudi Arabia of violating the laws of war with its aerial bombing. Hani Mohammed AP
An elderly Yemeni woman waits to receive free food donated by Yemeni volunteers during the holy month of Ramadan, in Sanaa, Yemen’s capital. A new Human Rights Watch report, released Tuesday, June 30, accuses Saudi Arabia of violating the laws of war with its aerial bombing. Hani Mohammed AP

Saudi airstrikes in Yemen violate laws of war, rights group says

June 30, 2015 1:32 PM

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