US arms giant with a factory in Fife linked to another alleged war crime in Yemen.
Bombs made by arms multi-national Raytheon has been linked to war crimes in Yemen, but the company did not speak to investigating MPs.
A new report on human rights violations in Yemen from the UN said 3799 civilians have now been killed and 6711 injured in the 17 month war.
A powerful Westminster committee is to investigate mounting allegations of war crimes by forces that may be using UK manufactured weapons.
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.
A report from the Yemen Data Project on the war there found a notable shift in targeting from the Saudi-led coalition with air raids on non-military targets double those recorded on military targets.
Footage of an alleged war crime in Yemen involving a UK made bomb has been obtained by The Ferret.
More than 2100 civilians including at least 400 children have been killed in Yemen’s civil war.
Investigators are to look into whether bombs fired at a busy Yemen market had guidance systems produced by a firm with a factory in Fife.