The Yemeni Network for Human Rights and Freedoms also recorded 152 property violations including raids, searches, looting, bombing and burning
Human rights network claims Houthi bullets and mines kill 70 civilians in January
Houthi gunfire and landmines killed 70 civilians in January, according to a report by the Yemeni Network for Human Rights and Freedoms, viewed by Almasdar Online.
The rights network, made up of 13 local and international organizations, documented 389 Houthi violations in the first month of the year, which included the deaths of 19 civilians by Houthi-planted landmines.
Documenting the arbitrary detention and kidnapping of 82 civilians, including four women, the report also highlighted the enforced disappearance of 24 civilians, whose whereabouts remain unknown.
The network also recorded 152 violations against public and private property, such as raids, searches, looting, bombing of houses, bombing of mosques and houses of worship and burning of houses.
The report documented testimonies of injured victims and detainees as well crimes against humanity that amounted to war crimes.