Yemen

Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Thousands of people are sick, but there are not enough hospitals, not enough medicines, not enough clean water."
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday announced that the number of cholera cases in Yemen had reached 500,000. "In backing this war with billions of dollars of arms sales and military support, the U.S. and the U.K. are complicit in the suffering of millions of people in Yemen." —Katy Wright, Oxfam The WHO also noted that around 5,000...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"The country is on the brink of famine." So why does the United States continue...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) on Wednesday reported that an...

Further

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...