Arab coalition forms committee to manage requests of those affected in Yemen
The Joint Incident Assessment Team (JIAT) of the Arab Coalition announced that a committee was formed upon a royal order to manage the requests of those affected in Yemen.
JIAT said that the Houthis chose their headquarters to be near the hospitals. The team added in a press conference in Riyadh that the bombing operations are based upon intelligence information, which is aligned with the international and humanitarian laws.
The team confirmed that the Arab alliance targeted a camp in Ibb and not a residential building. The team presented pictures refuting allegations that the coalition is bombing residential buildings.
JIAT clarified that the coalition raids targeted ballistic missile launchers used by the Houthis.
The assessment team also said that the results confirmed the coalition attacks "for legitimate military purposes." The team said the Zaidi security department was bombed after being taken over by the Houthis.
The team confirmed that the Houthis had taken control of the Salah Palace museum and used it for military purposes.
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