A citizen of sixty was killed two months after his wife was killed by a landmine that was planted by the Houthi coup militia, in the Sabr District of Taiz Governorate, southwest of Yemen.
The Yemeni Landmine Monitor said that a civilian named Saleh Ahmed, in his sixth decade of life, was killed as a result of a Houthi landmine explosion in the Al Shaqab area in the Sabr District in the countryside of Taiz Governorate.
The observatory indicated that the victim, Saleh Ahmed, had lost his wife (scientist Ibrahim) in December In the past, with a similar incident, a Houthi landmine exploded near their home in the Al Shaqab area in Sabr in the suburbs of Taiz governorate.
The Houthi militia turned Al Shaqab area into a minefield, as about 60 civilian casualties were killed by militia mines In that area, most of them are women, according to human rights reports.
The governorate of Taiz tops the list of victims of mines and improvised explosive devices planted by the Houthi militia during the past years in the suburbs of Taiz city, roads and villages of the governorate’s directorates.