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RE: Yemen - Steve - 08-16-2018
Missile fragments from Yemen bus bombing -
... traced back to lockheed martin
....The Pentagon has long tried to present its role in the conflict as attempting to stave off humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen, yet as even NPR confirmed while reporting from inside the country earlier this year the US military “has provided targeting information, equipment and aircraft refueling to the Saudi air campaign, which has been widely criticized for being indiscriminate and killing civilians in places like hospitals, funerals and homes.”
‘War crimes’: lawmakers demand answers about US role in Yemen massacre -
RE: Yemen - Steve - 08-17-2018
Vanessa Beeley Interview – the (not so) secret war in Yemen (video)
... & the true face of US humanitarianism
US provided “intelligence” and bomb
... used in massacre of Yemeni schoolchildren
The involvement of U.S. military intelligence in “fine-tuning” the targets of coalition airstrikes is likely the main factor explaining why the U.S. government has refused to condemn the strike and has refused to support an independent investigation into the atrocity.
SANA’A, YEMEN — Last Thursday’s horrific bombing of a bus full of school children in northern Yemen was carried out using a weapon sold to the Saudi Arabia-led coalition by the United States, photo evidence of the bomb site has revealed.
RE: Yemen - awakened53 - 08-19-2018
Actor Jim Carrey's Art Goes Viral: "Our Missile, Our Crime" In Yemen
RE: Yemen - awakened53 - 08-20-2018
Lockheed Martin receives bloody images instead of cool weapons photos in failed Twitter campaign
They asked for it really didn't they!!!
RE: Yemen - Steve - 08-23-2018
MSM finally concedes defeat on Yemen
... ceases blackout of coverage
RE: Yemen - Steve - 08-25-2018
22 children and 5 women killed -
... by Saudi/UAE strikes on another bus
US senate rejects call to defund the ‘slaughter of Yemeni kids’
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) on Wednesday denounced as “mind blowing” the decision to “continue to willingly participate in the slaughter of Yemeni kids” after members of Congress objected to his amendment to the Defense Appropriation bill that would have put key restrictions on U.S. financial and other support for the Saudi-led bombing campaign .....
RE: Yemen - Steve - 08-28-2018
UN condemns US-backed airstrike killing 22 children in Yemen -
Just two weeks after a US-Saudi coalition airstrike on a school bus in Yemen killed some 40 children in an event which finally caught international media attention, there’s a new report that coalition jets have struck a camp for internally displaced people in the flashpoint region of Hodeidah ....
RE: Yemen - Steve - 09-02-2018
MBS wants Yemenis to “shiver” for generations
... when they hear Saudi Arabia, vows to continue targeting children
Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman recently vowed to continue targeting women and children throughout Yemen in order to “leave a big impact on the consciousness of Yemenis [for] generations.”
RE: Yemen - Steve - 09-03-2018
Saudi Arabia condemns UN report on Yemen war crimes -
US aiding Saudi war crimes In Yemen -
- New York Times finally admits ....
One child dies every 10 minutes in Yemen -
... & no one cares
Saudi Coalition launches massive attack on Hodeida -
... after sabotaging peace talks
One day before the attack on Hodeida began, the Saudi coalition, which imposes restrictions on Yemen’s airspace, banned a delegation of negotiators, including the Houthis from flying to Geneva to attend UN-brokered peace talks ....
RE: Yemen - Steve - 09-14-2018
Civilians flee to Yemen’s harsh desert -
... as US-backed coalition step up attacks on Hodeida
The U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition, including the UAE, has been waging a scorched-earth campaign to advance to the city center of Hodeida, leaving civilians fleeing to the harsh desert to seek reprieve .....
US puts ‘rubber stamp’ of approval on Saudi slaughter -
... of Yemeni civilians
As local journalists in Yemen reported that at least 15 civilians were killed in Saudi airstrikes in the port city of Hodeidah on Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo officially certified that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), whose three-year assault on the country has been made possible by U.S. support, are doing all they can to avoid civilian casualties ....
Another coalition strike on Yemen civilian bus -
... occurs the same day US affirms it stands by Saudis
Just as the U.S. in typical fashion continues lecturing countries like Syria, Russia, and Iran over severe human rights violations, including allegations of everything from launching barrel bomb strikes on civilian areas in Idlib to chemical weapons attacks to sensational spy poisoning ops in the U.K., the Saudi-US coalition in Yemen has attacked another bus full of children and civilians in Yemen.
US continues to decimate Yemen -
... while all eyes are on Syria’s Idlib
Darius Shahtahmasebi is a New Zealand-based legal and political analyst, currently specialising in immigration, refugee and humanitarian law ....
The US is facilitating war crimes in Yemen -
Since its inception, the United States has tried to portray itself as a defender of human rights both at home and globally. But, for well over three years, the children of Yemen have had to experience first-hand the worst oppression the US has to offer.
Geopolitics Alert founder and editor, Randi Nord, participated in two side panels about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen at the United Nations Human Rights Council 39th session during its first week .....
5.2 million children in Yemen now face starvation -
... amid renewed Saudi offensive
As the coalition led by Saudi Arabia and supported by the U.K. and the U.S. launched a new campaign to capture the Yemeni port city of Hodeida, through which over 90% of Yemen’s food is imported, Save the Children warns 5.2 million children in Yemen are now facing starvation ....