Aden: Fire Demolishes Camp for Displaced, African Refugees

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A huge fire destroyed on Wednesday a camp for the displaced and African refugees in the port city of Aden, southern Yemen.

Local sources in the city confirmed that the fire broke out in the camp of the displaced and African refugees located behind “Karwan” Resort in Khormaksar district, and it is likely that the fire set by arson.

The sources accused the local authorities in the region of standing behind the fire, with the aim of transporting the displaced Africans and refugees out of the city of Aden.

The fire came after an incitement campaign led by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC)’s activists against the displaced and citizens from the northern provinces who are in the city of Aden.

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