[ntsu_row] [ntsu_column size = ”3/5 ″] Yemen has seen a dramatic increase in child abuse after the Saudi-led intervention began in March 2015, according to the UN report. Of the children who have been killed or seriously injured in hostilities, the Saudi-led coalition is responsible for 60 percent, while the Houthi rebels account for 20 percent, according to the UN. The Saudi-led coalition, which also consists of the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar and others, is listed among parties killing and maiming children, and attacking schools and hospitals. Nevertheless, countries in the coalition may continue to buy Norwegian weapons.
Increased arms exports to the coalition. Ny Tid was the first Norwegian newspaper to report that Norwegian sales of ammunition to the United Arab Emirates continued after the war broke out and until January this year. The Emirates are participating in the war in Yemen with both bombers. . .
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