segunda-feira, 4 de maio de 2015

Yemen: Arab Coalition used cluster bombs (NGO). Special forces may have landed in Aden.

In Yemen, the militias who face the Houthis in the field claim that landed in Aden a contingent with 40 to 50 special forces elements of the Arab coalition that combats the Shiite insurgents backed by Iran. The Saudi Arabia, which leads the Coalition, denies having sent men into the field, but adds that "can't comment on ongoing operations."

Third photo said to show the Saudi-led coalition ground contingent in #Aden #Yemen right now

The NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) presented evidence and accused, this Sunday, the Arab coalition of using cluster bombs in the bombing in Yemen. Saudi Arabia and United States not subscribed, in 2008, the Convention signed by more than one hundred countries, prohibiting the use of "dirty bombs".

Saudi-led coalition used indiscriminate US-supplied cluster munitions near Yemen villages.

Last night, the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, which is in the hands of the Houthis, came back to be the target of the bombers Saudis. An airbase of the insurgents was hit, as well as a field that serves as a base for militants loyal to former President Ali Saleh.

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