Mohammed Ali Kalfood
Banned by 119 Countries, U.S. Cluster Bombs Continue to Orphan Yemeni Children
Residents of a coastal village on the Red Sea in western Yemen recovered evidence of cluster weapons after an attack that killed a local fisherman. In a country dependent on imports, Saudi coalition strikes against the fishing industry have taken a devastating toll.
In Yemen, Saudi-Led Intervention Gives Rise to New Armed Religious Faction
In one city in Yemen, the ultra-conservative Salafis have become the most dominant fighters among local resistance to the Shiite Houthi rebels.
“Families Were Blown Up” — Scenes From a Saudi-Led Bombing in Yemen
Aerial bombings in Yemen, supported by the U.S. military, have killed large numbers of civilians. A survivor of the latest attack, which killed more than 120, recounts what happened.
“Bandage Me Quickly!” The Death of a Journalist in Yemen
A witness to the killing of Almigdad Mojalli, who worked for Voice of America, recounts what happened when the bomb struck.