Within a Week, 14 Dead, Wounded as a Result of Coalition Remnants
The Executive Center for Mine Action recorded the death and injury of 14 civilians as a result of the explosion of cluster bombs from the remnants of the Saudi coalition and the war on Yemen, during the period from 17 to the current February.
The statistics of victims were distributed over several provinces, according to the center’s report, where ten people injured in Hodeida, while three civilians were killed in Marib. In addition, a civilian was wounded in Al-Jawf, bringing the total number of dead and wounded to 14 victims.
The Executive Center records on a daily basis the casualties, due to the large contamination of cluster bombs, and the failure to provide the requirements for marking areas contaminated with cluster bombs, and the remnants of war.