Five Yemeni children attacked by Iran-backed Houthis, Two sustained serious injuries


Taiz — In a gross human rights violation, Iran-backed Houthis have targeted five Yemeni children on Saturday, two of whom sustained serious injuries, when the rebels attacked Alhamira neighborhood in Sala district east of besieged city of Taiz, Republican Yemen reported.

Medical officials said that the kids were injured by mortar shrapnel launched by the Houthis.

Earlier during Ramadan Eid, Houthi snipers mercilessly killed at least 16 Yemeni children on the Eid day.

Ministry of Human Rights officially disclosed that over 27000 civilians have been killed by different kinds of weapons used by the Iran-backed Houthis in the besieged city of Taiz, which is third-largest city in Yemen.

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