Biden Ends U.S. Support for Saudi “Offensive” in Yemen

Yemeni girls hold pictures of civilian victims during a demonstration to commemorate the first anniversary of the Saudi-led airstrike in which 140 civilians were killed and more than 500 were injured, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Oct. 8, 2017.

In his first major foreign policy address, President Joe Biden announced on Thursday that he would end American support for Saudi and United Arab Emirates-led “offensive operations” in Yemen, echoing a promise he made on the campaign trail in 2019.

Biden Ends U.S. Support for Saudi “Offensive” in Yemen

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