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Yemen Funeral Airstrikes
The family of a man killed in an attack on a funeral in Sana’a, Yemen in 2016 are seeking an inquiry into the attack, of which the Saudi-UAE coalition have admitted responsibility, citing unlawful killings, torture and war crimes. Mr Muhammad Ali Al Rowaishan was among 137 civilians killed in an attack that left a...
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Lawyers acting on behalf of UK national issued complaint to Met’s counter-terrorism unit  The 2016 air attack in the Yemen capital killed 137 civilians attending a funeral. Photograph: Kirsty O’Connor/PA The Metropolitan police and US justice department have been asked to launch a war crimes investigation into Saudi and Yemeni officials over a 2016 air...
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Lawyers are seeking prosecution under universal jurisdiction laws EPA The family of a man killed by a Saudi airstrike at a funeral in Yemen has asked the Metropolitan Police to investigate the deadly bombing, opening the possibility that the perpetrators may be prosecuted in a British court. Muhammad Ali al-Rowaishan was among 137 civilians killed in a 2016 bombing which hit...
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At least four political and military figures from Saudi-led coalition committed unlawful killings in 2016 funeral bombing, says legal complaint Yemeni medics and rescue workers at the hall after Saudi-led coalition air strikes hit a funeral on 8 Lawyers representing relatives of a Yemeni man killed when the Saudi-led coalition bombed a funeral in 2016...
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