ADEN - SABA
The National Enquiry Commission into Alleged Human Rights Abuses has launched its ninth periodic report on its work and the results of the investigation into violations that affected civilians in various governorates during the period from August 1, 2020 to July 1, 2021.
In its report, the Commission stated that it had completed investigations into 3,624 violations in various governorates, including the killing of 869 people and the injury of 1,386 others, including 945 men, 133 women, 242 children, the recruitment of 132 child soldiers, and 130 planting of individual mines, which claimed the lives of 150 people, including 108 men, 14 woman and 28 children.
The Iranian-backed Houthi militia topped the list of human rights violators.
The commission in this period was able to conclude investigations into 2,500 attacks on religious, cultural and historical objects and medical personnel; extrajudicial killings, including of 63 men, 3 women and 10 children; and 92 cases of forced displacements. arbitrary arrests, enforced disappearances, torture and ill-treatment, bombing of homes, and destruction of public private property.
The committee also investigated cases of restrictions on public mobility freedom; attacks on schools, peaceful gatherings,
and freedom of expression; illegal trials; obstruction and seizure of humanitarian aid; siege and starvation of civilians; assault on organizations and trade unions; administrative abuses; rape and sexual violence; terrorizing civilians; inciting terrorism; using citizens as human shields; and other violations in various governorates.
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