Yemen’s civil war rages on again. When the Houthi rebels’ prison is hit by air raids Death toll rises to at least 82, Saudis say they have been framed
January 22, 2022 News Agency AP Reported death toll in Yemen battlefield Events led by the Saudi Arabian Armed Forces Air raids on Houthi rebels’ prisons In Yemen, the number has risen to 82.
Ahmed Mahat, the team leader of Doctors Without Borders. Charities sending volunteers into Yemen have reported the death toll. and that there were more injuries 265 person
This death toll It was one of the highest in the Yemen war that erupted since 2014 and was not the first attack on a prison. In September 2019, a prison in Damar Province south west coast Killed more than 100 victims and wounded dozens more.
The Houthi media office said The team continues to search for potential survivors and the bodies of the victims beneath the ruins of the Sada Provincial Prison. northern yemen
Turkey Al-Malki, spokesman for the Saudi coalition It alleges that the Houthi rebels did not report the site to the United Nations. or the International Red Cross as a protected area So reports say that the Saudis attacked the prisons. therefore it is not correct. The military will coordinate with the United Nations and the International Red Cross to get the facts.
Internet signals in the capital Sanaa were missing in most of the area as a result of the air strikes on Friday, Jan. 21, the same day the Saudis attacked. Air landslides hit the port city of Hodeida, stranded on the Red Sea, causing damage to Yemen’s Internet connection center.
The fighting in the long-running civil war between the Sunni and Shia sects escalated earlier this week. The Iran-backed Houthi rebels claim to have sent drones and missile launches into the UAE capital.
The Yemeni government, backed by Emirati forces, invaded the Shabwa area. from all the Houthi rebels. and forced Houthi to retreat to Marib Province. the center of the country
Human rights groups have previously published a document stating that The Houthis use civilians and prisoners as human shields. By being taken to a detention facility near the camp to prevent air strikes. Saudi airstrikes hit schools, hospitals and a wedding reception. until thousands of civilians have been killed