Coalition led airstrikes kill more than 30 civilians in Yemen

Coalition led airstrikes kill more than 30 civilians in Yemen

Saudi led strikes killed more than 30 civilians in a mountainous northern Yemeni province Saturday. The Yemeni rebels (Houthis) accused the coalition of launching retaliatory airstrikes, after they shot down a coalition warplane over the province of Jawf. Talking about the latest strike, the UN said ’these terrible strikes’ in al-Maslub district killed at least 31 civilians and wounded 12 others.

Timothy
Timothy
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Another reason to push governments hard, really hard to go Renewable Power and replace the carbon based infrastructure of oil, coal, gas. Big Energy and the Military Industrial Complex are continuing their long love affair, in bed and in profit together until death do they part. Big Oil best interest is to keep entire middle east unstable, so they can retain control of production, pricing, and profits. Industrial Military Complex knows if nobody is shooting bullets, nobody orders bullets, so they walked up to Big Energy and said "wanna have sex baby" and it was good. Those to business interest have been fondling each others board members and CEO's for over 50 years. Go Green Energy, and save more than a dinosaur.

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