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Hello, would anyone be interested in helping to track down the known Saudi-Led Airstrikes on Yemen, The list would comprise in order or date and location of all known Strikes and Attacks that killed civilians and how many civilians per each attack. maybe there is a list already out in the web, maybe it needs to be looked at if so... For instance, when I googled, yemen fisherman killed saudi airstrikes, multiple stories came available going back years, why bomb fishing boats?

This information is important in order to develop a proper informative video that states just how many civilians have died since with the attacks on Yemen since 2015,

Basically the script would read the list on the video for part of it, it will also share the current totals for the Cholera Epidemic, it will discuss the attacks on the Ports, the farmlands, the schools, the hospitals, the funerals, the weddings and so on, there will be reference to the Trash worker strikes, and the various Infrastructure workers that are unpaid, it will also discuss issues with Child Marriage probably including some testimonial inserts of stories of the ones who had to escape from it... It will discuss, Saudi Arabia, and Syria, many of which I still am very UN-knowledgeable about, needs to discuss the U.N. and the different Aid relief blockades, this is a bad situation, and I get bogged down when thinking on how to start the real work on this project. Not to mention cross referencing this situation with the similarities of Destabilization, Depopulation, Disease and Death with other regions on the Planet, i.e. East Africa... The list of international laws pertaining to Acts of Genocide will be listed as well in this video I speak of...

"Genocide is overlooked by those who profit from it"

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Trump administration threatens to veto any anti-Saudi resolution by Congress

'The Trump administration threatens to veto a bid by the United States Congress to end the country’s military support for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition's onslaught in Yemen.

The administration claimed on Monday that the resolution was inappropriate, harming the country’s regional relations and stated efforts to halt “violent extremism”, according to Reuters.

The administration also maintained that the military support constitutes a security agreement with the Saudi government, which does not involve troops deployment and therefore technically not considered a “use of military force.”

Congress, however, believes that US intervention in Yemen is an instance of use of force in a foreign conflict, giving the body constitutional power to authorize or block the administration’s measures.

President Donald Trump ignored a Friday deadline by Congress to determine who ordered the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and whether he intends to impose sanctions on Riyadh, prompting an angry backlash on Capitol Hill.

Members of Congress, including many of Trump's fellow Republicans as well as Democrats, have urged a strong response to the murder of Khashoggi as well as the Saudi-led war against Yemen, which has led to a humanitarian crisis.

A group of senators from both political parties last Thursday renewed their push to penalize the oil-rich kingdom, unveiling legislation to bar some arms sales and impose sanctions on those responsible for Khashoggi's death.'

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The first data collection project by the Yemen Data Project focuses on the aerial bombardments in Yemen from March 2015 to August 2016 and includes detailed data on all air raids conducted by the military coalition led by Saudi Arabia, which also includes participation from the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain. The military coalition is backed by the United States and the United Kingdom with the US providing intelligence and logistical support, and the US and UK also having their military personnel deployed in the Saudi command-and-control centre for coalition airstrikes.

The dataset lists the date of incident, geographical location, type of target, target category and sub-category, and, where known, time of day. Each incident indicates a stated number of air-raids, which in turn may comprise multiple airstrikes. It is not possible to generate an average number of airstrikes per air-raid as these vary greatly, from a couple of airstrikes up to several dozen per air-raid.

To download the full database click here
http://yemendataproject.org/ydp_air_raids_dataset_26_march_2015-25_march_2018.csv

[The data is published in csv-format. Import it to Microsoft Office Excel, LibreOffice Calc or Google Spreadsheet to view it in a readerfriendly format.]

Contact

Please contact us with questions, queries or to request the full dataset at contact@yemendataproject.org.
Data – Yemen Data Project
Data – Yemen Data Project
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Saudi Arabia kills children of Yemen, with the help of the US!
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US Complicity in Saudi Arabia’s Genocide in Yemen Spans Obama and Trump
“As a genocide scholar, I believe that under international law, the U.S. shares responsibility with the coalition for genocide in Yemen.”

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Hodeida, the entry point for more than two-thirds of Yemen’s food imports and international aid.
Saudis do not allow the peace to come back to Yemen.
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Possible Tactical Nuclear Strike (Neutron Bomb) in Yemen? .... https://www.globalresearch.ca/search?q=Depleted+Uranium+in+Yemen&x=9&y=8
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