Yemen: Amnesty International calls on UN Human Rights Council to establish an independent, impartial, international investigation into human rights violations and abuses by all parties to the conflict in Yemen
In the absence of existing independent, impartial and effective investigations, international action is urgently needed to ensure accountability for crimes under international law and other serious violations and abuses of international humanitarian and human rights law, and press the warring parties to comply with international humanitarian and human rights law. Amnesty International therefore calls on the Human Rights Council to establish an effective, independent and impartial mechanism capable of conducting credible investigations into abuses and violations by all sides, at its thirty-sixth session (11-29 September).
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