UN accuses two sides in Yemen war of international law violations

Two new UN reports have accused both sides in Yemen's war of violating international laws.

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    Two new UN reports have accused both sides in Yemen's war of violating international laws.

    One of them says the Saudi-led coalition is recklessly killing children.

    But Yemeni officials and their Saudi backers have defended Saudi Arabia's conduct and are blaming Iran for supporting the Houthi rebels.

     

    Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan reports from the UN headquarters in New York.


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