May 04, 2016

Yemen: War Crimes Not Addressed | Human Rights Watch

Participants to the Yemen peace talks should support international investigations, transitional justice, and victim compensation as key elements of any agreement. It’s crucial for the Yemen peace talks to address past atrocities as well as future political arrangements.

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