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29 February, Saturday

UK, US, Turkey called on to investigate UAE war crimes in Yemen

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The US, Britain and Turkey have been officially asked to arrest senior officials from the UAE who are suspected of carrying out war crimes and torture in Yemen, Eurasia Diary reports citing Bulgarian Military News.

British Law firm Stoke White filed complaints to a number of governmental bodies of the three countries, including the London Metropolitan Police and the US and UK ministries of justice, on behalf of a journalist named Abdullah Suliman Abdullah Daubalah and Salah Muslem Salem, whose brother was killed in the Yemeni conflict.

The complaints, which were filed today, state that numerous cases of torture and war crimes inflicted on civilians in Yemen during 2015 and 2019 were committed by UAE forces and their foreign mercenaries.

According to one of the three sources cited by Reuters: “It is requested that the UK, US and Turkish police open investigations into these alleged crimes as soon as possible.”

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