صحف نت - A landmine planted by Houthi rebels killed a couple and their three young children on a road near their village in Jawf province on Friday.
Yehya Al Salahi and his wife Saleha, their son Humam, 12, daughter Saada, 10, and younger son Saleh, 6, were killed when their car passed over the mine in Barat Al Enan district, said Ramzi Mokhtar, a journalist covering the fighting in Jawf for the military's 26 September website and Yemen TV.
"It is not the first landmine explosion in the area, there have been many reports of similar tragedies," The National reported.
"The Houthi militia planted more than 2,000 landmines in Barat Al Enan, especially in the rural areas around the Taybat Al Esem military camp, which was liberated recently."
The Iran-backed rebels are known to mine areas before retreating and thousands of civilians have been killed or maimed by the explosives in three years of civil war.
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