The Yemeni government revealed the killing of 11 thousand civilians, as a result of the war initiated by the Houthi militias and the ousted Saleh invading the cities since late 2014.
Mohammed Askar, the Yemeni human rights minister, declared that the number of people killed since the beginning of the coup is 11,251, including 1,080 children and 684 women, reported Al Arabiya.
He stated that this year, more than 500 civilians, including children and women, were killed in addition to the killing of eight reporters and journalists.
Adding to the atrocities, the death sentence of journalist Yehia al-Jubeihi, after an illegal 10 minutes trial.
"In Taiz, for 20 days, the coup militias committed crimes and violations, Killed and injured 62 civilians, including 8 women and 144 children," Askar Said.
Also during this year, the coup militants kidnapped 1930 civilians, including 400 who disappeared, bringing the number of the kidnapped since the beginning of the coup to 18,734.
Askar said that the Houthis blew up 64 homes this year, and the children recruitment rate increased ten times.
"The operations of stealing, kidnapping and detention of the aid convoys carried out by the Houthi militias and Saleh coup forces reached 63 ships, and more than 530 trains in all governorates." He added
Houthi and ousted Saleh militias commit blatant violations of human rights and war crimes against the Yemeni people since late 2014 following their coup against the legitimate authority.
In March 2015 an Arab alliance led by Saudi Arabia interfered, at the request of the legitimate president, to help end the coup and its Iranian-backed project.
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