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International organizations: the coalition led by Saudi Arabia violates the rights of the children o

Post by rocky on Fri 21 Apr 2017, 1:53 am

International organizations: the coalition led by Saudi Arabia violates the rights of the children of Yemen and the Houthis committing war crimes



It called for two international organizations of the United Nations to include the alliance led by Saudi Arabia in Yemen in the list of violators of the rights of children in conflict zones.

The aid groups' Save the Children 'and'qaimh monitor the children and armed conflict' and they Thagta, in a report to them, at least 160 attacks on hospitals and staff over the past two years.

At the same time, the organization 'Human Rights Watch' group accused Houthi fighters of committing war crimes, for violating the ban on landmines.

The reports accused the parties to the conflict on the right of responsibility for such violations.

He cited the report of my organization 'Save the Children' and'qaimh monitor the children and armed conflict ' a situation in which infants received Msraehma while they were in incubators because of the lack of oxygen after being hospitalized for damage in an air raid by the coalition.

Last year, former Secretary - General of the mother suffered, Ban Ki - moon, heavily criticized after the lifting of the coalition from the list of violators of the rights of children in conflict zones.

He accused the organization 'Human Rights Watch' Houthi group in Yemen of violating the ban on the use of landmines, which led to commit what it calls the organization of war crimes.

She said that these mines have caused numerous civilian casualties and obstructed the return of displaced persons fleeing the conflict to their homes.

And it called on the Houthis to adhere to the Mine Ban Treaty, stressing that there is a need for international assistance for mine clearance in Yemen's war - torn.

In a report, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines said that about a thousand people were killed or injured by mines or explosive remnants of war in Yemen in 2015.

http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=155028

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