The ugly truths of Yemen's war must not stay buried in the rubble
By Rasha Mohamed, Yemen Researcher at Amnesty International
Anguish, frustration, grief, helplessness, seething anger. A mixture of all those emotions washed over me as I stood next to Mohamed an hour after an airstrike had destroyed his house in Sana’a, the capital of Yemen. They left me dumbstruck. He was grief stricken and equally speechless as he sat in front of the rubble of his house in his undergarments, his face smeared with blood and dust.
25 September 2015