Yemen: Houthis accused of silencing rivals using courts

Activists in Yemen have denounced the trial of dozens of people detained by the Houthi rebels as a travesty. They say the Houthis are using courts to silence their opponents.

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    Activists in Yemen have denounced the trial of dozens of people arrested by the Houthi rebels as a travesty.

    They say the Houthis are using courts to silence their opponents.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports.


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