Houthis shell IDPs camp hours after Arab Coalition’s unilateral ceasefire entered effect
The Houthi terrorist militia shelled an IDPs camp in northern Yemen’s Sa’ada province on Thursday, hours after a unilateral ceasefire declared by the Arab Coalition entered into effect, according to the spokesman of the sixth Border Guards Brigade Hussein Ashaddadi.
Three people were reported injured in the attack. The militia used rockets and artillery fire in that attack.
The Saudi-led coalition declared the ceasefire unilaterally to help the Yemeni government and the rebel’s de facto authorities focus efforts in preventing an outbreak of coronavirus in the country.