MADRID, 1 Sep. –
More than a hundred people have died in what could be an air attack executed by the Yemen Government support coalition leading Saudi Arabia against a prisoner of war prisoners in Dhamar (southwest of the country), as confirmed by the chief of the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Yemen, Franz Rauchenstein.
The spokesman for the Ministry of Health of the Yemeni Huthi insurgents, Yusef al Hadri, had previously reported in a telephone interview with Al Masira that the coalition launched at least 14 missiles in several attacks against three buildings in the community center of Dhamar, where they were 185 mercenaries captured on different fronts.
The injured have been transferred to hospitals in the province while teams from the Ministry of Health, Red Crescent and even residents are removing the victims from the rubble.
The head of the National Committee for Prisoner Affairs, Abdulqader al Mortadha, had said that most of the inmates were going to be exchanged in exchange for captured Huthi forces and that rescue teams are finding great difficulties to enter the place due to ” intense and continuous bombing. ”
Previously, the Arab coalition had confirmed the destruction of a military installation of the Huthi movement in Dhamar. According to the Al Arabiya television network, drones, as well as anti-aircraft defense systems were on the premises, and therefore expressly denied that it was a prison.