الخميس 4 مايو 2017 03:04 صباحاًصحف نت - ALMASDARONLINE
The militants of the Houthi group and pro-Saleh forces committed 134 human rights violations against civilians in the coastal province of Hodeida, west of Yemen, during the month of April, a human rights report said on Wednesday.
The report, issued by the Yemeni Coalition to Monitor Human Rights Violations, said the violations had included the killing of two people, abduction of 82 people - including a woman, torture and physical assaults, house and shop raids, and the imposition of royalties and levies on the poor citizens.
The report added that the Houthi militia have also engaged six children in its war on Taiz and in the fighting front in Midi city, all of whom were killed in the clashes in April.
Hodeida province, according to human rights statistics, is one of the provinces mostly affected by the Houthis.
“Hundreds of citizens have been in jails in Hodeida province since two years, the resources and revenues of the province have been looted, and its people are suffering starvation and were deprived of the main services. The province suffers lack of power since two years, and lack of water since months, which have exacerbated the suffering of its residents.”
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