YEMEN Press Agency

2 civilians killed in explosion of projectile left by coalition forces in Hodeida

HODEIDA, March 28 (YPA) – At least two civilians were killed on Tuesday when a projectile left by Saudi-led coalition forces exploded in Al-Durayhimi district of Hodeida province, northern Yemen.

According to a security source in the province, the 17-year-old Walid Muhammad Abkar Marawi and the 38-year-old Abdulwahhab Muhammad Amin were killed in the explosion of an object of the coalition weapons remnants in the village of Kilo 16 in Al-Durayhimi district.

Yemen is witnessing a significant increase in the number of victims of the coalition weapons’ remnants, especially in light of the prevention of the entry of detectors and the United Nations’ failure to implement its obligations in this regard.