Amnesty International says that the Saudi-led coalition's airstrikes in Yemen are leaving a "bloody trail of civilian death."
The coalition has been fighting against Iran-supported Houthi rebels since March. Over 4,000 people have been killed by attacks from both sides. Amnesty also pointed out that "all parties may have committed war crimes."
The organization recently released a 30-page report on eight airstrikes that occurred in June and July, and killed a total of 141. Most of the victims were women and children.
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