Houthi gov.t says over 43,000 Yemenis killed and wounded since March 2015

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2019-12-21 | Since 1 Month

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More than 43,345 civilians have been killed and wounded since the start of military operations for the Saudi-led Arab coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen in March 2015, the Ministry of Human Rights in the Salvation Government formed by the Houthi group (Ansar Allah), which controls the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, said on Saturday. .

The ministry added in a press conference held today to launch its report on "The reality of human rights in Yemen and the exposure of crimes and violations of the aggression alliance countries and their tools within 1700 days", that 80 thousand children suffer from multiple psychological and neurological conditions as a result of five years of direct shelling of their families' homes and communities.

The report indicated that 24 million and 100,000 people are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

He stated that the poverty rate in the country rose to 85 percent, and the unemployment rate rose to more than 65 percent, with the continuation of military operations and the blockade of Yemen.

The Ministry of Human Rights in the Houthi government stated that more than 70,000 people were stuck abroad and were not allowed to enter as a result of the closure of Sana'a airport, while more than 340,000 patients were in urgent need of traveling abroad to receive treatment.

The ministry accused the Yemeni government forces of imposing the blockade on more than 8,000 families in Al-Dorayhimi district, south of Hodeida governorate, in the west of the country, and they are in need of the necessary relief.

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