Bellingcat @bellingcat Award-winning open source investigation. Want to donate? See here: Apr. 30, 2019 1 min read

Bellingcat's new #YemenProject website is now live, the new home for all our upcoming Yemen investigations, initially focused on around 100 airstrikes by the Saudi Coalition, with batches of reports released each week. 

The website will not only include dozens of in depth open source investigations into incidents across Yemen, but details of our workflow and methodology, and eventually a searchable database of verified content. 

The latest investigation on Bellingcat's #YemenProject website examines of 2018-08-09 Dahyan Bus Bombing, which killed and injured multiple children, and from which remains of a US guided bomb were recovered. 

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