Army engineering teams dismantles minefield planted by Houthi militia in Hodeidah


September Net

The Yemeni national army forces engineering teams on Wednesday, dismantled a minefield planted by the Iran-backed Houthi rebel militia in Al- Khokha district, south of Hodeidah province, west of the country.

The army engineering teams discovered a minefield, east of Qataba, in Al-Khokha district.

The minefield, which the militia planted in a populated area, contains large quantities of Iranian-made anti-armor mines.

The engineering teams of the army continue to clear the area of ​​these mines and explosive devices.

The Houthi militia rebel planted thousands of landmines and improvised explosive devices in residential neighborhoods and highways in various areas under its control, causing hundreds of civilian casualties, mostly women and children.


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