Mines, Cluster Bombs Left 21 Civilians Victims within a Week

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The National Salvation Government’s authorities in Sana’a have released a shocking number of victims of mines and cluster bombs left behind by Saudi-led coalition forces.

Mine Action Executive Center said in a statement that the total number of victims of mines, cluster bombs and remnants of war during the first week of June of the current year 2022 AD is 21 people, including 3 martyrs and 18 injured.

According to the statement, Saaada province took the largest share of casualties.

“10 civilians were injured, including four children, and six others were wounded in Hodeidah governorate. The rest of the victims were concentrated in Nihem district of Sanaa and Taiz,” according to the center.

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