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HRITC: Taiz siege is Houthis's most notorious crime
[01/05/2018 03:23]
The Human Rights Information and Training Center said that Houthis' strangling siege around the province of Taiz is the most notorious in the record of the rebel militia's war crimes.

In a report issued on Tuesday, the HRITC said that this week the blockade has passed its 1100-day mark.
"Taiz is seeing the highest toll of casualties among civilians as a result of the Houthi deliberate shelling and of seizing the humanitarian supplies, food and medicines, bound for the city's civilians."

"The HRITC's fact gatherers," the report says, "documented, from 21 March 2015 to 31 March 2018, the death of 3021 civilians including 680 children and 371 women. (It also documented) the injury of 15956 civilians including 1655 children and 2449 women."

The report said that "tens of thousands of landmines planted by the militia claimed the lives of 714 civilians including 32 children and 14 women, and maimed 1132 civilians including 38 children and 17 women" in that period.

The HRITC also documented 197 abductions, 167 forcible disappearance, 792 arbitrary deteions, 87 torturers many of which led to death, permanent disabilities, loss of mind or severe traumas. A total of 2861 families were forced into displacement, according to the report.

Violations against public properties reached 452, while violations against private properties reached 1868. Those violations included detonation of buildings by (by dynamite or other explosives in their corners.)

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