The United Arab Emirates is accused of supplying weapons to Yemen's armed forces, with the arms embargoed by the United States, according to Amnesty International.
According to the report, technical vehicles, submarines and other weapons have been diverted to groups allegedly being involved in war crimes. The Arab League is part of the Saudi-led alliance in the fight against the Hezbollah militia in Yemen.
The UAE has not commented on the allegations but denies that it violates the US arms embargo. On Tuesday, a senior US official said they are investigating whether the weapons were delivered to militiamen.
At least 68,000 people have died in fighting in Yemen and 10,700 were injured, according to the United Nations.
Source: Ogaden News Agency