Kenny Stancil, staff writer
Girls collect water from a well in Hajjah province, north Yemen on December 11, 2020. As a result of the U.S. State Department's decision, Oxfam noted, "humanitarian aid, goods, and personnel will be blocked from entering northern Yemen, where 70% of the population lives." (Photo: Mohammed Al-Wafi/Xinhua via Getty)
Oxfam called the designation "a counter-productive and dangerous policy that will put innocent lives at risk."
Kenny Stancil, staff writer
Street art in Belfast depicts Saudi Arabia's Prince Ben Salman buying missiles, which are used against Yemeni civilians, from U.S. President Donald Trump and former U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May. (Photo: Kaveh Kazemi/Getty Images)
Additional arms deals this week include $4 billion in helicopters to Kuwait, $...
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
A Houthi rebel looks out at damage caused by a Saudi-led airstrike in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on July 3, 2015. (Photo: Mohammed Huwais/AFP/Getty Images)
"The United States simply should not be selling weapons to Saudi Arabia,...


Mohammed Al-Qawli, an educational consultant in Yemen, remains haunted by the day in January 2013 when he spent hours trying to collect the burned body parts of his brother Ali, a schoolteacher, and his cousin Salim, a student, both "accidentally" killed in a U.S. drone strike. Now Al-Qawli and rights group Reprieve are mounting a legal challenge against the U.K government for failing to investigate human rights violations by a British communications giant allegedly facilitating the killings of...

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