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News, June 2016
As Slow Talks Continue in Kuwait, Yemenis Are Still Killed and Injured in Fighting and Saudi-Led Air Strikes
June 7, 2016
Yemen: 122 people severely wounded in one day as fighting pounds the city of Taiz
الثلاثاء 7 يونيو 2016 الساعة 05:20:50 مساءاً
After intense fighting in Taiz, MSF-supported hospitals in the city received in one day 122 wounded patients on Friday 3 June 2016. A further 12 were dead on arrival. The vast majority of the wounded were civilians.
Today, as fighting continues, three injured children from the same family were brought to hospital after two rockets destroyed their house, killing their mother. Their father is still missing. Incidents like these show the devastating impact of the war on civilians.
Taiz is on the frontline of the conflict and is being hit by shelling and gunfire on a daily basis. The sense of fear is intense, with people terrified that their loved ones will be wounded or killed.”
Houthis kill man in front of wife and sons
الثلاثاء 7 يونيو 2016 الساعة 05:13:33 مساءاً
Alsahwah.net- Houthi rebels and militias of Saleh in al-Hudeidah governorate on Monday killed Ahmed al-Hutibi inside of his house and in front of his sons and wife in the area of al-Jah, Bait al-Faqeeh district.
They further kidnapped the corpse of al-Hatibi and took it into an unknown destination.
Plus, Houthi rebels and militias of Saleh in al-Hudeidah governorate on Monday kidnapped Hashim Ahmed Shareef, Abdullah Adam Shareef and Mohammed Qasim Shareef from the area of al-Jah, Bait al-Faqeeh district, and took them into an unknown destination.
Houthis commit gross crimes in al-Mahweet during May
السبت 4 يونيو 2016 الساعة 09:44:43 مساءاً
Militias of the Houthis and former President Ali Abdullah Saleh committed gross crimes in al-Mahweet governorate in May 2016.
The crimes ranged from killing and torture to abduction, enforced disappearance, displacement, storming and looting of houses and mosques and occupying public and private foundation and recruitment of children.
Killing : 1
Torture of prisoners and detainees: 37
Attempts and threats of killing: 3
Enforced disappearance: 28
Cutting services of communication and internet in the districts of Hufash and Shibam Kawkaban
Storming al-Mahweet’s central prison and assaulting prisoners
The militias worked to spread the culture of sectarianism and hatred inside schools and mosques
A child and a woman were shot dead by snipers of the pro-Saudi forces
in al-Jahmaliya area of Taiz province, a military official said Monday.
The Riyadh's delegation in Kuwait talks foiled a detainee swap
supposed to be carried out early in Ramadan Month, well-informed source
At least 23 pro-Saudi forces and al-Qaeda militants, including field
leaders, were killed and dozens were injured during repulsing their
advance on al-Manaseh area of Baidha province, a military official said
Many people were killed by pro-Riyadh forces' bombing in Taiz
province, a military official said Saturday.
The Saudi-led coalition waged on Saturday two air raids on Usailan
district of Shabwa province, a local official said.
The Saudi warplanes waged on Saturday two raids on Serwah district of
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