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HRITC: Militias killed, injured 89 people in Taiz on July
[14/08/2017 09:43]

The Yemeni Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC) have unearthed that Houthi-Saleh's militias killed 64 people and injured 25 others in Taiz during the past July. The Majority of the victims are children and women.

In its monthly report issued on Monday, the center said it documentedthat two of the victims were crashed by the militias' military escort, four were killed by shells and 12 were killed by snipers. The militias also kidnaped a citizen and tortured him to death and assassinated three others.

The report mentioned that the observatory team has documented injuring 13 men, five children and seven women by shelling, snipping and mines planted alongside roads and places they leave, noting that the continuation of shelling Taiz city by different types of heavy weapons led to killing dozens of people and injuring others and caused huge havocs to the houses and public buildings.

The report included the forcibly displacement of dozens of families over the heavy bombardment and the siege of the city and villages of the province by the rebel militias.

The center confirmed that the militias continue plating mines in roads and houses they take control in addition to farms and squares leading to more victims from citizens.

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