SAUDI ARABIA : Human Rights Watch has accused Saudi Arabian border guards of systematically killing hundreds of Ethiopian economic migrants trying to cross from war-torn Yemen.
They say at least 655 people have been killed by guards since early last year. Some were shot, others killed or maimed by explosive weapons.
The organisation spent months collecting evidence, after the UN made similar allegations last year.
Human Rights Watch has called the killings widespread and systematic, and says they could amount to crimes against humanity.
In March, the Saudi government categorically rejected any suggestion that its forces were involved in cross-border killings.