A civilian and his child were killed and his other child was injured, after a mine exploded from the remnants of the terrorist Houthi militia, in the Dhu Bab district, west of Taiz governorate, south-west of Yemen.
In addition, local sources said that the citizen Majali Ibrahim and his sons were tending a herd of sheep, on Friday evening, near Al-Jaash School, east of Dhu Bab district, when a mine from the militia remnants exploded on them, according to the military media of the joint forces.
She explained that Majali and his daughter Sa’eeda died at the site of the explosion, while his son, Adeeb, was severely injured, and he was treated by the families to Doctors Hospital Without borders in the Mokha district, to receive treatment, while his father and sister, who were killed in the explosion, were buried.
Human rights reports indicate that the mines planted by the Houthis in Taiz have killed 942 civilians and injured 2,321 others within six years.
And last week, a girl was killed and another was injured by a bomb Remnants of war in Majez district in Saada governorate, according to the Observatory, which is concerned with documenting mine victims.