A human rights organization "Shohood" has reported that Houthis committed 4501 violations in Sana'a province last year.
The report said that the violations committed by rebel militia in all the districts of Sana'a included murders, physical assaults, arrests, abductions, tortures, enforced disappearances, recruitment of child fighters, attacks on public and private property, displacement of families, bombing of houses and public facilities, displacement of population, and persecution of individuals and institutions.
The report called on the government to pressure the militia to stop its flagrant human rights violations.
The report called for reparation and compensation to the wounded, displaced and families of the victims killed by the militia.
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