After stopping in Canada, US, Germany, Spain, Belgium and the UK from April – May 2019, a Saudi cargo ship has just departed Europe loaded to the gills with weapons and munitions destined for use in Yemen.
United Nations Developmental Programme releases contents of a new investigation into the War in Yemen, discovering that 233,000 have died collectively, both on and off the battlefield in Yemen, since fighting began in 2015.
Military documents stolen from France’s Ministry of Defense were leaked online, revealing France’s role in Yemeni War Crimes.
Human rights organizations worldwide are all teaming up together to do anything they can to stop the UK and USA from arming Saudi Arabia to keep carrying out War Crimes in Yemen.
3 part event including updates of crimes against humanity as the protests in Sudan continue, an interview with a political activists blacklisted by Omar al-Bashir, as well as the most recent developments surrounding #OpSudan
Amnesty International has released a 77 page report summarizing the state of political affairs and human rights around the geographic areas of North Africa and Middle East from 2018 to present.
Amnesty International investigation reveals Belgium weapons manufacturer FN Herstal has been supplying machine guns to the UAE, which have then been transferred to militia factions carrying out War Crimes in Yemen.
S1ege of Ghost Squad Hackers releases a massive file archive containing the identities of countless ISIS leaders, recruiters and sympathizers, compiled as the result of an internal operation unique to GSH known as #OpDecryptISIS
A newly released report from Amnesty International chronicles how arms dealers in Europe and the United States circumvent global Arms Treaties to sell weapons to the UAE, which are then used to carry out War Crimes in the Yemeni Civil War.
A new study by Recorded Future outlines the effects of years of War on Yemen’s internet infrastructure, as well as how the internet has been used/abused by Waring factions seeking to gain control over the country since the War first began.
A new bill sponsored by a bipartisan group of 21 members of the House calls for complete halt of “any United States assistance, including security assistance, intelligence, training,equipment, or services the Government of Saudi Arabia”