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>> In Yemen, the pain of three years of bloodshed is being written on the walls. These artists are part of a graffiti campaign in the capital Saná calling for and end to the war.>> Yemen is falling and there are victims, how long will this continue? Stop and enough.
We do not want to see more victims and displaced people.>> Those sentiments echoed at the United Nations on Tuesday.>> This conflict has to end. Civilians have suffered enough.>> Where the first report by a UN panel of independent experts was released, it makes damning reading for both sides in this conflict.
The Saudi led coalition entered the war in 2015 to try and restore Yemen's internationally recognized government.>>
> The UN panel said some of the coalitions airstrikes may amount to war crimes and had caused heavy civilian casualties, from marketplaces to weddings.>> And also acts that may amount to war crimes, including cruel treatment and torture, outrages upon personal dignity, rape, and conscripting or enlisting children under the age of 15.
>> On the other side of the conflict is the Iran-aligned Houthi movement.>>
They were also accused of conscripting children and of committing torture. The UAE's Minister for Foreign Affairs tweeted on Tuesday that the UN report merits a response And Saudi Arabia said it had referred the report to its legal team for review.
Yemen is now in the grip of the world's most urgent humanitarian disaster, with millions facing starvation and diseases such as cholera, diphtheria, and malaria. Next week, the UN will host talks between the Houthis and the government to try and secure the elusive peace that can't come to soon for the people of Yemen.