Child shepherded injured by Houthi explosive in north Yemen

Child shepherded injured by Houthi explosive in north Yemen

A child shepherded and his sheep were reported injured in the explosion of an explosive left by Houthi rebels in north Yemen's Hajja province.

The non-governmental Yemeni Observatory on Landmines tweeted on Saturday that Waze'a Abdullah Mohammed Bakili, an 11-year-old boy, has been injured in the explosion of an ordinance from the leftovers of the war in Azman area, Bakil Almeer district" in Hajja province.

Local sources said many of the sheep the boy was looking after were injured too.

The Houthi militia have planted more than one million landmines in different parts of Yemen since the beginning of their latest war in 2015. Thousands of civilians have been killed and injured and large numbers of landmines are still posing a threat despite Yemeni and Saudi efforts to clear the contaminated areas.  

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