Last year Yemen executed 13 people, according to those Amnesty has verified.
But as no official figures are released the real toll could be far higher.
In a call with Emirati leaders, Mr Pompeo said he “made clear our desire to address their security concerns while preserving the free flow of humanitarian aid and life-saving commercial imports”, adding that all parties mush “honour their commitments to work with the UN”.
Yemen’s complex war has killed at least 10,000 people and left two thirds of the 28 million strong population dependent on aid.
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If this critical lifeline is lost, it could trigger a humanitarian crisis the likes of which has not been seen in decades.All of those died by firing squad but in recent years there have been reports of stonings and beheadings.The deeply religious desert country has a poor human rights record and it is unclear if al-Raghwa had a fair trial.Gay Online Dating By Location View profiles from all over the world or look for a specific location.All Male brings men from all over together in new ways.Yemeni rebels are putting up fierce resistance in a key Red Sea port city where they are encircled by pro-government force A Yemeni stands in front of a graffiti protesting US military operations in war-affected Yemen, in Sana'a, Yemen.According to reports, US Special Forces troops allegedly disembarked from US helicopters in the Yemeni town of Yakla and attacked several houses belonging to members of the terrorist group Al-Qaeda, killing three high-ranking Al-Qaeda members and nine civilians, six women and three children.Previous diplomatic efforts from Western partners – many of which sell arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE which rights groups say are destined for bombings which kill civilians in Yemen – have succeeded in delaying the offensive.Mr Griffith’s office is currently talking to all sides in an effort to convince them to accept a compromise in which control of Hoidedah’s port is given to the UN.The fighting has intensified as United Arab Emirates (UAE) forces advance along the country’s western coast to the port city, through which more than 70 per cent of the country’s imports, food and aid shipments flow.Pro-government fighters give food to Yemeni children on the road leading to the southwestern port city of Mokha.