Interview with Rasha Mohamed.
Amnesty says US, UK fuel war in Yemen by selling arms to Saudi Arabia, the main involved power in war in Yemen.

“We actually visited sites that had been bombed by the Saudi-led coalition and on these sites we had found evidence of weapons that were manufactured by the US and UK, that were transferred to Saudi Arabia and other members of the coalition. We found remnants and unexploded bombs at the sites of civilian homes, at a hospital, at schools, and at mosques.”

She says that the US and UK are putting arms deals ahead of the protection of civilians and all parties have committed war crimes.

Schools hit by airstrikes.
Civilian homes hit by airstrikes.
Hospitals hit by airstrikes.
Museum hit by airstrikes.