7 dead, 30 injured after Houthi militias shell camp for displaced persons in Yemen
The Houthi militias shelled a camp for displaced persons in Haradh in Yemen’s Hajjah province on Saturday, killing seven people and wounding 30 others, an Al Arabiya correspondent reported.
The correspondent said that the wounded included women and children, and that the camp is located about 15 kilometers from areas where clashes occur.
He also pointed out that the shelling was carried out by guided missile.
Meanwhile in Hodeidah, a Yemeni military source said that “the militias shelled grain mills and silos where wheat is stored using a number of missiles,” causing severe damage.
According to the official Yemeni news agency, the militias targeted the mills in order to prevent a visit, which was scheduled for Friday by the United Nations, and to obstruct the agreement made to facilitate the distribution of relief materials to Sanaa and the coastal strip.
Yemen prisoner swap terms expected in coming days, govt delegate saysYemen’s warring parties are expected to agree the terms of a prisoner swap ... Gulf
Head of UN team in Yemen’s Hodeidah intends to leave post: sourcesThe head of the UN monitoring team in Yemen’s Hodeidah intends to leave his ... Gulf
South African, European demining experts killed in YemenFive demining experts killed in a weekend explosion in Yemen were from South ... Gulf