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Nearly 140 Arab Rights Groups Demand End to Saudi War, Siege on Yemen


Nearly 140 Arab human rights organizations and civil societies have demanded an immediate end to the devastating Saudi-led war and siege on Yemen, criticizing global inaction in the face of the atrocities committed against the Yemeni people.

The 138 organizations, in a joint statement released on Sunday, denounced the “brutal Saudi-Emirati war” on Yemen, which has resulted in heavy civilian casualties, massive destruction of vital infrastructure, and the spread of poverty and deadly diseases across the Arab country.

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