Four Yemeni Children get killed by Explosives laid by Iran-backed Houthi militias


Yemen — Four children were killed and two others were injured by an explosive device laid by Iran-backed Houthi militia in the Yemen’s port city of Hodeida on Monday.

The explosion took place in the Valley of Nakhla on Hays district where the children were playing, Republican Yemen newspaper reported.

In the late July, Houthis have targeted five Yemeni children, two of whom sustained serious injuries, when the they attacked Alhamira neighborhood in Sala district east of besieged city of Taiz.

A gross human-rights violation takes place in Yemen on daily basis at the hands of Iran-backed Houthi militias, experts pointed out.

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