How Saudi ships collect weapons for the war in Yemen

August 02, 2019

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People hold a handpainted banner that reads "Disobbedire."

Protesters and workers on strike prevent Saudi ship Bahri Yanbu from loading cargo at the Port of Genoa, Italy, in May. An earlier protest at the French port of Le Havre also prevented weapons from being loaded onto the ship. Protesters say the weapons are being used against civilians in Yemen. 

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Massimo Pinca/Reuters

American weapons that have been quietly shipped to Yemen are being interrupted by protests in Europe. Also, solar panels and batteries for solar energy are becoming more advanced for homeowners. And, Harvard and MIT are up in arms about the delays with visa applications for international students.

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