HRW accuses Houthis, allies of using banned landmines in Yemen

Human Rights Watch, the international rights monitor, says it has evidence Houthi fighters, as well as al-Qaeda’s local branch, have been planting landmines in Yemen.

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    Human Rights Watch, the international rights monitor, says it has evidence that Houthi fighters, as well as al-Qaeda's local branch, have been planting landmines in Yemen.

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