Houthi landmines kill hundreds in Yemen

Human Rights Watch says landmines have killed and maimed hundreds of civilians, and prevented many from returning home. Due to shortage of proper equipment, Yemeni soldiers are trying to clear many of them by hand.

    Human Rights Watch says landmines have killed and maimed hundreds of civilians, and prevented many from returning home.

    Due to shortage of proper equipment, Yemeni soldiers are trying to clear many of them by hand.

    Al Jazeera’s Mahmoud Abdelwahed reports.


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