Geneva – Saba
A video exhibition was organized in the United Nations Square in Geneva, Switzerland, on the crimes and violations of the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia against the Yemeni people, especially with regard to their planting of millions of landmines, which claimed the lives of thousands of civilians, and wounded and maimed thousands others.
The exhibition, which was organized by the Human Rights League in cooperation with the Yemeni Women’s Empowerment Foundation, on the sidelines of the 54th session of the Human Rights Council, under the title (Violations in Yemen, True Stories and Tragedies), displayed dozens of pictures, accompanied by an introduction to the content of those pictures, especially landmine victims, which reveals the extent of the Houthi militia’s violations, that contradict all moral and humanitarian laws and values, and international laws and human rights principles, a danger that will continue to cost Yemenis dearly for many years and generations to come. The photo exhibition aims to remind the world of the daily tragedies that Yemen is witnessing as a result of the landmines planted by the terrorist Houthi militia in schools, roads, farms and civilian homes, the number of which, according to official statistics, has reached more than two million landmines.
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