The United States and Saudi Arabia: the big turning point?

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That was almost three years ago: in Hajjah, in northern Yemen, a bomb hit the participants of a wedding, killing 33 people, the majority of whom were children and women, including the bride. Dozens of other similar tragedies have followed one another, affecting here a bus full of schoolchildren, there small fishing boats. In any case, the witnesses were quick to unearth the fragments of bombs responsible for these killings of civilians: American bombs, often of high precision, supplied by the United States to the Saudi government.

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