58-year-old man killed by Houthi militia landmine in Al-Bayda
A 58-year-old man were killed on Saturday by the explosion of a landmine planted by the Iran-backed Houthi militia in the central province of Al-Bayda.
The landmine exploded in Dharwa area in Mukares district, southwest of the province, killing a citizen who was grazing cattle, local sources told September Net.
The victim identified as Salim Abdu Rabbu al-mansoyri, 58, and he died immediately following the explosion of the landmine that was laid earlier by Houthi militia, added the sources.
Meanwhile, four civilians including a child were also killed and injured today, Saturday, by the explosion of an explosive devices in Al-Jawf province.
The improvised explosive device was planted by Houthi rebel militia on a main road in Al-Masloob district center, west of the province, according to local sources.
The explosion hit a motorcycle, killing three civilians among them a child and wounding a fourth person, said the sources.
The Iran-backed Houthi militia has planted hundreds of thousands of landmines and explosive devices in various fake shapes among residential areas, public roads and in farms across its formerly-held regions.
As a result, hundreds of civilians most of them women and children have been killed and injured or maimed.