What did the Yemeni Press Say Today?

What did the Yemeni Press Say Today?


  1. Two marginalized (dark-skinned) children have been killed and their bodies were dismembered into pieces as they stepped on a Houthi-laid landmine in Ghubeira village in Bani Hammad district Yemen's central province of Taiz. Source of the story:Aden Al-Ghad and other news websites.
  2. A few marginalized Yemenis (of African origin) staged a small rally after the drowning of a member of their community and damage to their slums as a result of the recent heavy rains in Sana'a. The protesters hinted at the radical (Houthi) authorities for their negligence and not doing something to save them. Source: Yemen Direct website.

  3. Floods hit several parts of Yemen sweeping people, properties and livestock. Source: Multiple media platforms.

  4. The recent torrents exposed and swept farms of death (landmines) planted by Houthis in Hodeidah. Source: Almanarahnet news website.

  5. Yemeni popular social activist Fatehi al-Azraq unveiled Friday that 4900 tons of ammonium nitrate had been stored in Aden seaport for three years and posing a serious explosion risks similar or worse to Beirut's explosion. Source: Multiple media platforms.
  6. Clashes renewed between government and UAE owned STC militia. Source: multiple outlets.
  7. The Houthi militia have in effect divided up Sana'a into four blocks to organize Yawm Al-Wiylaya, a sectarian religious festivity. The resulting traffic congestions made worse an already bad traffic because of floods and street damages in Sana'a.

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