PressTV-Sign Petition to Stop Saudi Crimes in Yemen
PressTV-Sign Petition to Stop Saudi Crimes in Yemen
By Press TV / presstv.com
May 13, 2015

As the deadly Saudi aggression against Yemen continues, Press TV has launched a petition to help the Yemeni people.

The attacks have so far killed around 1,000 Yemenis, including many women and children, and injured thousands of others.

You can sign the petition at http://www.presstv.ir/Default/Yemen/110.

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