The Attack on Yemen’s Infrastructure — and the Humanitarian Disaster That Followed

Saudi planes have wreaked havoc on every part of Yemen.

Yemeni civilians inspect the rubble left behind by a Saudi air strike in a residential area in Sanaa, September 2015. There have been more than 20,100 air strikes on Yemen since the war began in 2014 (Getty Images).

Medical and water infrastructure in Yemen has been bombed upward of 200 times since 2015, meaning that a hospital, clinic, well, or related vehicle has been hit in an air raid by Saudi-led — and US-backed — coalition forces every ten days on average, as the conflict in the country enters what is now its seventh year. As early […]

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