Tue - 03 Dec 2019 - 07:42 AM ،،،

 More than 215 civilians have been killed and 2,152 injured -mostly women and children- in crimes and massacres committed by the pro-Iran Houthi militias since a ceasefire came into effect late last year in Yemen’s Red Sea port city of Al-Hodeidah, Al-Amalika Media Centre (AMC) reported.

AMC said that the deaths and injuries in several districts of Hodeidah were caused by Houthi random attacks, artillery shelling, mined areas and explosives planted on roads, markets, mosques and farmlands among others.

AMC also blamed the UN for not being able to protect civilians from Houthi attacks despite a year passing since the ceasefire was declared.