Month

February 2020
Complaint filed by UK law firm says Emiratis responsible for abuses against civilians in 2015 and 2019 A British lawfirm on Wednesday filed a request with UK, US and Turkish authorities to arrest senior Emirati officials over suspicions of carrying out war crimes and torture in Yemen. According to the complaint, the UAE and its proxies were...
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‘We believe we have compelling legal grounds for authorities to investigate and prosecute under the universal jurisdiction laws,’ says top lawyer A British law firm filed requests on Wednesday with the authorities in Britain, the United States and Turkey to arrest senior officials from the United Arab Emirates on suspicion of carrying out war crimes and torture in Yemen. The complaints were filed by...
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The counter-terrorism command of London’s Metropolitan police has a war crimes unit tasked with investigating alleged war crimes and torture Members of UAE-backed southern Yemeni separatist forces stand atop a tank during clashes with government forces in Aden, Yemen August 10, 2019REUTERS/Fawaz Salman A British law firm filed requests on Tuesday with the authorities in...
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LONDON (Reuters) – A British law firm filed requests on Wednesday with the authorities in Britain, the United States and Turkey to arrest senior officials from the United Arab Emirates on suspicion of carrying out war crimes and torture in Yemen. The complaints were filed by law firm Stoke White under the ‘universal jurisdiction’ principle...
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Yemeni complainants file charges through UK law firm saying UAE officials hired mercenaries to attack, kill civilians. London, United Kingdom – The United Kingdom, Turkey and the United States have been asked to open police investigations into alleged war crimes committed by the United Arab Emirates and its mercenaries in Yemen in 2015 and 2019, and arrest Emirati officials...
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Victims of alleged war crimes in Yemen have demanded that American authorities act on what they say is “compelling evidence” of offenses by American mercenaries acting under the direction of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). On Wednesday, lawyers representing Abdullah Suliman Abdullah Daubalah and Salah Muslem Salem held a press conference in London to announce...
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