Signs Yemen violence acts will surge after US begins revoking Houthi terror designation

Signs Yemen violence acts will surge after US begins revoking Houthi terror designation

 

Hours after the US State Department notified the US Congress of the “Secretary’s intent to revoke” the designation of Houthis as a terrorist organization, the Yemeni Shia theocrats fired missiles into the government-held city of Marib killing three civilians and injuring three others.

A local source told the state-run news agency that a Houthi drone tried to shell the ambulances while collecting the casualties, warning that the international community’s “turn-blind-eye” approach is encouraging Houthis “to commit more such terrorist acts”.

On the peripheries of Marib, the UN-backed militia renewed its fierce ground attempts to advance, after a rare period of calm that followed Trump’s 11th-hour decision to put Houthis on the terror list.

Yemen officials and activists widely warned the US move translates into an automatic return to large scale acts of violence.

 

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