The Houthi rebel militia committed thousands of violations, war crimes and crimes against humanity, in Hajoordistrict in the northern Yemen province of Hajjah province in the first four months of 2019, the Yemeni Network of Rights and Freedoms has revealed.
In a report published today, the Network said in a report they had documented "11384 violations … from 1 January to 20 April 2019."
The militia and the local people fought those months before theystormed the villages and started carrying out retaliatory murders, extrajudicial killings, arrests, abductions, enforced disappearances, tortures, confiscation of properties and blowing up of houses.
The Network slammed "the silence of the international community and the total lack"of action by the United Nations and its special envoy to Yemen.
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