National investigators have documented 5,432 allegations of human rights abuses across Yemen over a period of seven months, from 1st July 2017 to 31st January 2018.
The National Commission to Investigate Allegations of Human Rights Abuses said in a new report its investigators documented these claims following a methodology that meets the international criteria for investigations including objectivity, transparency, impartiality and professionalism.
The Commission's chairman Ahmed Saeed al-Moflahi has told Saba that they have investigated into 2432 claims sorted out into more than 20 types of abuses.
The Commission verified 550 cases of killing and 579 cases of injuring civilians, 185 cases of recruiting under-15 child children as fighters, 98 cases of planting anti-personnel landmines and 19 anti-vehicle landmines.
The anti-personnel killed 19 civilians and injured 55 others.
The anti—vehicle killed 24 civilians and injured three others.
The verified cases included five cases of attack of historical and cultural sites in Aden, Taiz, Marib, Hajjah and Beidha; five attacks on ambulances and health facilities and a forced displacement of 417 families.
Twenty five alleged civilian fatalities by US drone air strikes were documented.
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