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Thula Village - Yemen. (Photo: Courtesy of Rod Waddington)
Yemen War protest 2017 (Photo via Felton Davis)
Steamer Point in Aden, Yemen. 2013.
July 2018 footage of a Houthi protest in Yemen’s capital Sana’a. (Photo: YouTube)
(March 31, 2016) A cache of weapons is assembled on the deck of the guided-missile destroyer USS Gravely (DDG 107). The weapons were seized from a stateless dhow, which was intercepted by the Coastal Patrol ship USS Sirocco (PC 6) on March 28. The illicit cargo included 1,500 AK-47s, 200 RPG launchers, and 21 .50 caliber machine guns. Gravely supported the seizure following the discovery of the weapons by Sirocco's boarding team. This seizure was the third time in recent weeks international naval forces operating in the waters of the Arabian Sea seized a shipment of illicit arms, which the United States assessed, originated in Iran and was likely bound for Houthi insurgents in Yemen. The weapons are now in U.S. custody awaiting final disposition. (Photo by U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Darby C. Dillon/Released)
Saudi-held Houthi prisoners of war disembark at Sanaa International Airport in Yemen.
Yemen women waiting at a beauty salon. Yemen. Photo: Scott Wallace / World Bank
July 2018 footage of a Houthi protest in Yemen’s capital Sana’a. (Photo: YouTube)
Mohamed Abdul Karim, a Sudanese soldier captured by Houthi rebels says he is being treated well in a video released by the Houthis.
President of Yemen Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi.
Steamer Point in Aden, Yemen. 2013.
Yemen War protest 2017 (Photo via Felton Davis)
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) annual meeting at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, U.S., March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
Aerial bombardments on Sana'a, Yemen from Saudi Arabia, 2016. (Photo: Fahd Sadi)
An Iranian Qasef-1 drone, the likes of which Houthi rebels are believed to be using in attacks on Saudi Arabia. (Photo: EJ Hersom)
End U.S. Involvement in the Saudi War in Yemen protest in Chicago, Illinois. Date: November 30, 2018. Blue backpacks stood for each one of the children killed in a Saudi bombing attack on a school bus in late 2018. They used a 500 pound bomb manufactured by Lockheed-Martin. (Photo: Charles Edward Miller)
Aerial bombardments on Sana'a, Yemen from Saudi Arabia, 2016. (Photo: Fahd Sadi)
Yemeni soldiers from the 1st Armoured Division
July 2018 footage of a Houthi protest in Yemen’s capital Sana’a. (Photo: YouTube)
(Photo Courtesy of the Islamic Monthly)
Debris on the runway of Abha Airport after a Houthi drone attack on June 12. (Photo: Saudi Press Agency)
Debris on the runway of Abha Airport after a Houthi drone attack on June 12. (Photo: Saudi Press Agency)
Houthis protest against airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition on Sana'a in September 2015.
Houthis protest against airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition on Sana'a in September 2015.
After over one thousand days into the Saudi bombing of Yemen, which is almost entirely UK/US equipped and supported, the first large protest takes place in London of a few hundred people outside Downing Street. March 7, 2018 (Photo Alisdare Hickson)
President Donald Trump meets with Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, and members of his delegation, Tuesday, March 14, 2017, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)
September 2017 protest in Britain of arms sales to Saudi Arabia (Photo: Alisdare Hickson)
A photo released by Save the children showing the destruction after the bombing near Kitaf rural hospital. (Photo: Save the children)
The Saudi-backed Yemeni government and Iranian-supported Houthi movement agreed to a ceasefire for the port city of Hodeidah at talks brokered by the United Nations in Rimbo on Thursday.
Photo of Yemen troops preparing to take on Houthi rebels in the Yemen War.
Children in Yemen walking around military equipment
Young boy given medical help after an airstrike by Saudi Arabia hit his bus, screenshot via YouTube