(Amnesty International) – In her five young years, Buthaina has witnessed the type of violence and brutality that powerful people and governments often want to keep hidden. Pulled from the rubble of her family home in Yemen’s capital Sana’a, viral images show her sitting up in a hospital bed, clutching a teddy bear. Badly bruised, she struggles to pry open a swollen eye with her fingers, to look out on a world that has dealt her such cruelty. “She had five siblings to play with. Now she has none,” her uncle Ali al-Raymi told Amnesty International.