In a first, Yemenis seek redress for U.S. drone strikes at Inter-American rights body

by | Jan 27, 2021

“How come they can target official military personnel who were on a military mission?” asked Ahmed al-Helou, another Yemeni colonel who worked with Abdullah al-Taisy. “They seem not to understand the difference between the local community and the militants.”

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