81 African migrants freed in Sa’ada
8/3/2019 9:24:00 PM
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Alsahwa Net- The Saudi forces freed on Friday 81 African migrants among them 20 women and two female children from abduction by Houthis-affiliated human trafficking gang in a Yemeni border area, the Saudi state-run News Agency quoted a source of the Saudi-led coalition.
The victims were in captivity in a basement in Aal Thabet Souq of Qataber district of Sa’ada, according the source.
The source added that the Houthi militants were forcing the victims to fight for their side and work in trench construction.
The freed migrants were transferred to a shelter center for urgent relief and medical treatment. Most of the victims were suffering long-time starvation and inhumane confinement, the source said.