Houthis committed as many as 922 human rights violations in the central Yemen province of Dhamar under the coupist militia's control, the Human Rights Ministry branch office for the province said in a report.
The office unveiled its report in a press conference here Wednesday. It said the violations span the period from January 2018 to September 2019.
"The violations included 77 murders and injuries" affecting among the civilians women and children. The "As many as 357 enforced disappearances and 20 cases of torturing captives were committed."
Commenting on the report, the governor of Dhamar Ali al-Qawsi stressed the imperative of "documenting these violations and atrocities in preparation for prosecuting their perpetrators" and the leaders of the terrorist militia.