sábado, 13 de junho de 2015

Yemen: the historic capital bombed

At least five civilians were killed. It's not known yet the number of people who were buried.

Looking for survivors among the rubble, the families of the victims do not know how to hide the feeling of rebellion and desolation. Mohamed Qelala accuses him of cynicism and criminal intentions the authors of the bombings:

"These pilots are criminals â€" choose target civilians who sleep alone in their homes. They say that bombard military targets-where are the military bases? Where are the missiles? There's some basis for a Scud missile? "

According to United Nations estimates, the military operation led by Saudi Arabia and the fighting on the ground, against Yemen, killed more than 1,000 civilians, including 234 children, between mid-March and may, and forced over a million to flee.

In a joint statement released on Thursday, 13 international aid organizations called for a ceasefire, stressing that 80% of the population was affected by the Yemeni conflict and need urgent assistance.

Peace talks between the parties involved in the conflict will begin in Geneva on Sunday. The Foreign Minister of Qatar, Mohammed Bin Khalid Al-Attiyah, said that the bombing will continue, if an agreement is not achieved for the implementation of UN resolutions which stipulate the restoration in power of President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.

The coalition led by Saudi Arabia, which are part the Member States of the cooperation Council of the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) with the exception of Oman, began the day on March 26 the airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen.

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