(Amnesty International) – Saudi Arabia-led coalition airstrikes and attacks by pro and anti-Huthi armed groups in Ta’iz and Aden in Yemen have killed scores of civilians – including dozens of children – and could amount to war crimes, Amnesty International has revealed in a new briefing published today. ‘Nowhere Safe for Civilians’: Airstrikes and Ground Attacks in Yemen highlights the impact of unlawful coalition airstrikes in densely populated residential neighborhoods, and attacks by Huthi loyalists and anti-Huthi armed groups operating on the ground, who have carried out indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks in civilian areas. “Civilians in southern Yemen have found themselves trapped in a deadly crossfire between Huthi loyalists and anti-Huthi groups on the ground, while facing the persistent threat of coalition airstrikes from the sky. All the parties to this conflict have displayed a ruthless and wanton disregard for the safety of civilians,” said Donatella Rovera, Senior Crisis Response Advisor at Amnesty International.