Three citizens killed, injured in Houthi mine explosion west of Al-Bayda
A landmine planted by the Iran-backed Houthi militia killed and injured three civilians in Al-Bayda province, central Yemen, on Tuesday.
Local sources told September Net that a landmine planted by a Houthi militia exploded with citizens in the village of Al-Nahsrin, in al-Zaher district, west of the province.
According to the sources, the blast killed two citizens: Aref Ali Mohammed al-Hameqani, Saleh Nasser Hussein al-Hameqani, and abdul rahman Ahmed Hussein al-Hameqan.
Landmines and improvised explosive devices planted by Houthi militia in roads and populated areas in a number of provinces have killed and injured hundreds of civilians.