HODEIDA, Jul. 21 (YPA) – At least four civilians were killed on Thursday due to the explosion of a landmine left behind by the Saudi-led coalition forces in Al-Hawk district in Hodeida province, a security sources said.
On Wednesday, a civilian was killed when a landmine left behind by the coalition exploded in a farm located south of the city of Al-Tuhita in Hodeida.
The Executive Center for Mine Action revealed in a statement on Tuesday that the number of victims of cluster bombs and war remnants since the beginning of July has reached 23, including five dead and 18 wounded in a number of provinces.
The statement pointed out that the largest share of casualties during the month of July was of children, with 11 children.