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2016 Suppressed News: February 24, 2016


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      Yemen: (previous).
On Feb. 16th, the UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide,
Adama Dieng, expressly warned of the cost in lives and the losses of
human and humanitarian rights engulfing the people of Yemen. In a joint
statement with Jennifer Welsh, the Special Adviser on the Responsibility
to Protect, the Special Advisers warned of the violence overflowing
into Saudi Arabia and other neighbouring countries. Neither the
responsibility for the conflict nor the issue of genocide is directly
mentioned in the warning. Genocide Warning for the national group.     Partial
sources online: "Statement by Adama Dieng, special Adviser on the
Prevention of Genocide and Jennifer Welsh, Special Adviser on the
Responsibility to Protect, on the situation in Yemen," Press release,
Feb. 16, 2016, United Nations, apprec. INoGS.

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