Since March 2015, Saudi Arabia has been leading a coalition of Arab states waging war in Yemen to overthrow the Houthi rebels, a pro-Iran Shiite militia which controls the western parts of Yemen and the capital Sanaa. The war has killed thousands of people, many of them civilians, and humanitarian organisations are now questioning the role played by Western countries, some of which supply weaponry to the Gulf countries. Jean-Yves Nalan reports.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Christopher Davis.
Mouna H. HASHEM
Advocacy Director of ARWA (Arabian Rights Watch Association)