Houthi militias displace 60 new families from their Taiz village
11/13/2017 1:27:00 AM
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The Houthi-Saleh rebel militias have reportedly forced the displacement of 60 new families from their village of al-Ashrooh in western Taiz and planted scores of landmines between houses to prevent the locals' return, local sources said on Friday.
The militias began with using the village as a vantage point to shell neighboring villages with artillery which led to killing of civilians, all of them are women and their children, said the sources, adding it was not safe to go and know the exact number of casualties.
Earlier this week two women were seriously injured by a Houthi-planted landmine in their village of Kuweiha in in Jabal Habashi district of Taiz. The explosion ripped apart the leg of one of them.
The rebel radical militias continue to commit abuses against Taiz civilians amidst an international silence.