Arms firms supplying weapons for the war in Yemen that has killed 70,000 people were handed nearly £3m by the Scottish Government last year.
Investments worth nearly £130m were made in arms firms linked to Yemen's conflict, which has left an estimated 70,000 people dead.
Bombs made by arms multi-national Raytheon has been linked to war crimes in Yemen, but the company did not speak to investigating MPs.
At least 443 children in Yemen have been killed or injured in air strikes over the past year, according to a leading global charity.
At least 122 children and 56 women were among hundreds of casualties when civilian sites were hit during the conflict, a report says.
A Westminster committee has ruled that UK government’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia are “narrowly on the wrong side” of international humanitarian law.
There have been 366 alleged war crimes in Yemen but only 79 investigations by the Saudi-led coalition - and none by the Ministry of Defence.
Scots council pension funds have shares worth £110 million in US arms giants linked to an alleged war crime in Yemen when 40 children were killed.
War crimes have been covered up in Yemen and the UK risks complicity in “laws-of-war violations” due to its supply of bombs made in Scotland to Saudi Arabia, claims a new report.