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'Heinous crime against humanity': how Saudi airstrikes have devastated Yemen

Man whose son died in attack on funeral in Sana’a hits out at ‘unjust war’ as kingdom condemned over human rights violations At 25, Sadeq Abdullah Saleh al-Guraizea was close to finishing his education and looking forward to the future. In August, just three months before the end of his master’s degree in IT at Limkokwing University in Malaysia, the English-speaking Yemeni had returned home to the country’s rebel-held capital, Sana’a, to marry.
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