How bombs made in Scotland are helping to fuel death toll in Yemen

The Herald’s David Pratt writes about the latest attacks on civilians in Yemen, and how the bombs being used can be traced back to Glenrothes in Scotland.

“Many of the bombs are being made in Scotland, with Raytheon’s factories playing a central role in the destruction,” Andrew Smith of Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT)

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A Yemeni child receives treatment in a hospital after being wounded in an air strike – photo from The Herald

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