The entrance of Aden Central Prison, known as Mansoura, where one wing is run by Yemeni allies of the United Arab Emirates to detain al-Qaida suspects, is shown in this May 9, 2017 photo in Aden, Yemen. Hundreds detained in the hunt for militants have disappeared into a network of secret prisons run by the UAE and Yemeni militias it created across southern Yemen, where former detainees say torture is widespread. Some prisoners have been interrogated by Americans, witnesses say. (AP Photo/Maad El Zikry)
The Forgotten War

A Prisoner’s Story of Capture, Detention and Torture in a Secret UAE Prison in Yemen

“They were hanging me for a long time and electrocuted me. I was screaming from beatings so intense that I could feel our cell shake then I went unconscious.”


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The Forgotten War

Watch | Saudi Arabia Bombs Residential Neighborhood in Yemen Killing Entire Family

A Saudi-coalition bombing targeted a residential neighborhood in Amran, Yemen, killing 15 civilians mostly women and children.