Press summary: Houthis loot more than two trillion Yemeni rials in retirement pensions

Press summary: Houthis loot more than two trillion Yemeni rials in retirement pensions

 

- The Houthi terrorists who seized the capital Sana'a in September 2014 have looted more than two trillion Yemeni rials in retirement pensions from the General Authority for Social Insurance and the General Authority for Social Security and Pensions. The amounts belong to retirees from the public and private sector./Al-Islah Net and other websites

           

-           Houthis have sent threats to detain the families of 19 children who died of expired leukemia treatment in a Sana'a hospital if they speak to the media/Multiple websites

           

-           Houthi militants assault two traders and seize millions of rials money in their possession in a high-way robbery in Aljawf/Multiple

sources.

 

 

-           Twenty people have been killed in Houhi terrorists-held areas in north Yemen due to increasing crimes of parricide, suicide and arbitrary murders during the first half of October, observers have documented.

 

The Houthi militia has been involved in killing dozens of child cancer patients through smuggled, expired medications in Sana'a/Multiple websites

 

 

           

           

-           Abdulwahab Shaje'a, a government soldier whom Houthis arrested in Marib frontlines last year, has died under torture in one of the terrorist Houthi militia's jails in Sana'a. By the end of last year, the Human Rights Ministry documented Houthi torture of 1635 detainees and the death of 350 of those people./Alsahwa Net

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