This video says about itself:
20 April 2015
RT gets eyewitness accounts of the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen as civilians bear the brunt of the Saudi-led airstrikes. Freelance journalist Muhammad al-Attab reports.
After the good news earlier today of the Saudi air force stopping killing Yemeni civilians (well, ‘good’ news in the context of the disastrous consequences still continuing of the Saudi bombings), now disastrous news again.
From the BBC today:
25 minutes ago
THE reactionary Saudi regime – the pride and joy of the United States and UK ruling classes that have armed it to the teeth – and its allies in the Gulf are about to learn a lesson that its US-UK sponsors should have been able to explain to it. This is that it is easy to leap into a war, but that it may well prove to be much harder to get out of than it was to get into, and that the tendency could well be to get deeper and deeper into the quagmire, until the contradictions that are sharpened explode under the feudal princes that rule Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states: here.