Child injured in mine explosion and a child shot by Houthi sniper south of Hodeidah

Child injured in mine explosion and a child shot by Houthi sniper south of Hodeidah


A child and a girl were injured in two separate incidents by bullets and mines of Houthi militias during the past hours in al-Duraihmi and Tahita districts in southern Hodeidah province in western Yemen.

A local source told Al-Masdar Online that 9-year-old Samira Abdullah was injured, and her right toes were amputated, and the camel she was using was killed as a result of the explosion of a mine left over from the Houthi militia's mines in al- Duraihmi district.

The incident came a day after 11-year-old Abdullah Ahmed Afif was seriously wounded in the left foot by a sniper bullet of the Houthi militias in Tahita district.

In a related context, Houthi militias intensified their artillery shelling on residential neighborhoods in Hees and Mandhar Village in al-Hook district, south of Hodeidah.


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