Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the Bahraini regime of systematically targeting religious leaders of the country’s Shia community and violating the clerics’ right to freedom of expression and gathering.
‘Jan Fermon’, an international Human Right Lawyer based in Brussels said that Saudi aggression on Yemen is breach of the United Nations Charter and that the Saudi leaders committed war crimes in Yemen by indiscriminate bombardment of a sovereign state.
Four Takfiri terrorists were killed in armed clashes with the Law Enforcement Police in Western Iran, a police commander said, adding that an explosive vest and other military equipment were seized during the operations.
Iran invited Saudi Arabia to detente and calm with regard to the developments in the region which have increased Tehran's clout and influence, and warned Riyadh of possible tough reactions against its hostile measures.
The rising death toll of children in Saudi-led war on Yemen is generating strong messages of condemnation from international institutions and human rights organisations – with the United Nations remaining helpless as killings keep multiplying.