Yemen.. 3 brothers killed by Houthi missile explosion in Marib

Marib (news now) – 12/02/2022. 15:30

A Houthi missile projectile kills three members of one family

  • The Yemeni Landmine Monitor: Houthi militia fired a missile at the city of Harib in Ma’rib Governorate

Three people from one family were killed by a Houthi missile explosion in Yemen.
The three brothers were killed by the projectile explosion in the province of Marib center of the country according to Yemen Landmine Monitor.
A statement by the Yemeni Mine Monitor, which is a (non-governmental organization), concerned with documenting the victims of mines, unexploded ordnance and remnants of war in Yemen, added that the Houthi militia fired a missile projectile at the city of Harib in the Marib governorate, which resulted in the killing of the three brothers.

The Yemeni Observatory: 36 people were killed as a result of mines and explosive devices last January

The Yemeni Observatory had announced that 36 people were killed as a result of mines and explosive devices in a number of the country’s governorates last January.
According to previous statements by Yemeni officials, the number of mines planted in the country has reached more than one million.

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen had announced the start of implementing Military operation in Sanaa response to threats.
The coalition asked civilians not to approach the targeted sites in Sana’a.
The Saudi defenses succeeded in destroying a march launched towards Abha International Airport. In a statement, the coalition confirmed that it would take “firm operational measures in response to threats against civilian airports and travelers.”
He explained that the Houthis chose to blatantly escalate by targeting civilian airports and civilians, and pointed out that “the Houthi militia deliberately targets civilian airports, an excess that cannot be condoned and requires deterrence.”

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button