Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi says “hostile” remarks made by Donald Trump, the president of the United States, clearly amount to war crime according to international law.
US President Donald Trump’s approval of an expanded military mission to secure an expanse of oil fields across eastern Syria is a “supreme” form of war crime against a sovereign nation, an American scholar says.
An analyst says the recent suspected chemical weapons attack in the Syrian town of Douma was a “false flag operation” staged by the enemies of the Syrian government, adding that the ensuing coordinated missile strike by the United States, Britain and France on the war-torn Arab country is an “act of war” and a “war crime”.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says a recent deadly aerial aggression on a boat carrying Somali refugees off the coast of Yemen, “apparently” carried out by the Saudi-led military coalition, likely amounts to “war crime.”
The United Nations says Saudi Arabia's deadly airstrikes against Yemen "may amount to war crimes," strongly urging Riyadh's allies in the campaign, including the US, Britain and France, to respect international humanitarian law.
A Saudi Arabia-led military coalition has carried out attacks in Yemen that "may amount to war crimes," UN sanctions monitors reported to the world body's Security Council, warning coalition allies including the United States, Britain and France that they are obligated to respect international humanitarian law.