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Report: Up 20thuasand violations by Houthis against children
[20/06/2021 04:31]
ADEN-SAB
The Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms (YNRF) declared 20 thousand and 977 incidents of violations against the Yemeni children and over 43 thousand of children were displaced by Houthi militiamen during the time January 2017 to March 2021.

The YNRF published a report today stated that the violations against children included killing , injuring, kidnapping, recruiting and preventing from education.

According to the report 1343 children killed among of the 31 infants and 1620 injured by the militiamen.

The YNRF reported that 103 children killed by snipers, 287 by indiscriminate projectiles shelling on residential areas, 136 killed by landmines, 146 by mass-killing operations and 298 children were shot dead. 342 children died due besiege imposed by the militiamen, lacking oxen, medicines and health care.

The report cited 1716 of children were killed and 3114 wounded as a result of their engagement in combat operations alongside the militiamen.

The report mentioned 321 of children were permanently disabled as a result of the critical injuries they sustained because of the Houthis attacks on the civilians. 522 children were kidnapped and arrested by the militiamen.

The YNRF reported 12 thousand and 341 children aged under 15 were recruited by the militia.


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