Woman seriously injured by Houthi militia’s mines in the north of Al-Dhale
One civilian was injured on Friday in an explosion of a landmine planted by Houthi coup militia in Muris district in the north of Al-Dhale province.
Local sources told September Net that the 16-year-old girl Eslah Ali Salah was herding cattle in Alma’sr village controlled by the Houthi militia, when the landmine exploded and immediately amputated one of her legs in addition to several fragments hit her body.
The Houthi militias have planted banned landmines randomly in several populated areas and main roads under their control
to slowdown the advancements of the national army.