Rights Radar

The Netherlands-based foundation for #human_rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar(RR), called to an impartial and fair international investigation into the massacre that killed 55 civilians and injured more than 120 others last week in the fish market and at the gate of Thawra Hospital in the city of #Hodeida, west of #Yemen.
 

Rights Radar

The Netherlands-based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), called on the international community to play a role in putting an end for civilian massacres in Yemen and to oblige the parties of the armed conflict in Yemen to avoid targeting civilians and to protect them during the armed conflict.
RR called also on the UN to use its tools to push for an urgent investigation into the air raids by the Saudi-led coalition targeted children's bus in Dahyan market, in Saada province, on Thursday, August 9, which killed 51 civilians including 29 children, in addition to injuring 79 other civilians, in Dhahyan market, province of Saada, north Yemen. 

Rights Radar

Amsterdam 15/01/2019:

The Netherlands-based Rights Radar Organization for Human Rights called on the United Nations to take urgent action to save the lives of the detainees in the prisons of the Emirati forces in Aden Governorate, south of Yemen, in general and the detainees in Bir Ahmed prison in particular. Many of those detainees had to go on hunger strike to attract the world's attention to their forgotten issue after having faced the most severe torture and abuse by their jailers.

Rights Radar

The Netherlands-based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), called on the United Nations to urgently intervene and stop the killing of detainees and journalists in Yemen, which reached a very serious level amid the silence of the United Nations.