The New York Times reported on Friday that Saudi Arabia and its allies have recruited thousands of Sudanese soldiers due to their war in Yemen, such as child soldiers as young as 14 years of age.
The report claims the Saudi-led coalition paid as much as $10,000 to the soldiers.
A number of the soldiers are out of the war-torn Darfur region, and watch the fighting as the only approach to support their families.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have been paying Sudanese soldiers, many of whom are between the ages of 14 and 17, as much as $10,000 to struggle in their barbarous war in Yemen.
David D. Kirkpatrick of The New York Times reported on Friday the Saudi-led coalition has recruited thousands of militiamen out of Sudan to struggle in the kingdom’s war in Yemen, such as child soldiers as young as 14 years old. See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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