Rights groups urge Yemen war crimes accountability

Besides violations by Houthi rebels and the bombing campaign by the Saudi-led coalition, many armed groups are operating in the country, including some backed by the United Arab Emirates.

    Rights groups are calling for an investigation into war crimes in Yemen. They want perpetrators identified and held to account. Besides violations by Houthi rebels and the bombing campaign by the Saudi-led coalition, many armed groups are operating in the country, including some backed by the United Arab Emirates.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports.


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