The situation in Yemen is worrying. Nevertheless, Norway still sells weapons to the parties. "I am shocked at the scale of serious war crimes committed by warring parties," UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a recent report on children and armed conflict.
Edward Snowden has sued the Norwegian state for being free to receive the Ossietzky Prize in November. It is the setting for a legal settlement that will have significance far beyond the requirement in the application.
The war in Yemen has led to the largest humanitarian crisis in the world. All the warring parties are responsible for war crimes, according to the UN. Nevertheless, Norway continues to export arms to the parties.
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