Houthi shelling kills 2 civilians southern Yemen
The Houthi putschist militia killed two civilians on Monday by shelling randomly the residential neighborhoods in the district of Damt, north of the southern province of Al-Dhale.
Local residents told September Net the Houthi rebels, from their hilly positions, heavily bombarded a densely populated area south of district, which resulted in the death of two civilians Mansour Abdullah al-Yazeedi and Ezadeen Ali Tanab.
Houthi bombing completely destroyed several residential houses and partially damaged, the sources added.
Elsewhere, a landmine planted by the Houthi coupist militia permanently maimed a little child on Sunday in the country’s central province of al-Bayda.
Local sources told September Net the child Saleh Rakan Alwahbi lost one of his legs after he stepped on a Houthi-laid mine while herding cattle at a valley in the district of al-Swadeya of Bayda province.
The Iran-backed putschist militia has planted thousands of anti-personnel banned mines and explosive devices in residential neighborhoods, public roads and streets and people’s farms in all the regions previously and currently under its control. Hundreds of civilians, mostly women and children, have been killed and maimed as result of these explosives.