This video says about itself:
26 August 2017
Yemen is being pounded on an almost daily basis from air and land. The latest attack came on Friday when a Saudi-led coalition air strike hit a residential area, killing at least 14 people including five children.
On Wednesday, a hotel north of the capital Sanaa, was also hit. Forty-one people [other estimates are higher] were killed and many more injured.
The Saudi block said those it killed were militants.
But the UN disputes that and wants an impartial investigation into these strikes. Amnesty International says the coalition ‘rained down bombs on civilians while they slept’. And the International Committee of the Red Cross condemned the latest raid as ‘outrageous’.
What’s the international community doing about this continuing carnage?
Presenter: Adrian Finighan
Nigel Timmins, Humanitarian director for Oxfam
Afshin Shahi, Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Bradford.
Adam Baron, visiting fellow for the European Council on Foreign Relations‘ Middle East and North Africa Programme
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Red Arrows to tour despotic states
Tuesday 29th August 2017
THE Royal Air Force’s Red Arrows will tour the Middle East next month as part of a PR exercise, the Ministry of Defence announced yesterday.
Mr Fallon said Kuwait was a “vital partner” and he wanted to carry out more frequent joint exercises.
War Crimes: Saudi Arabia Should Pay the Penalty for Catastrophe in Yemen: here.