Five children were injured by Houthi artillery shelling on displaced camp in Hodeidah

Five children were injured by Houthi artillery shelling on displaced camp in  Hodeidah


Five children were injured on Tuesday morning when Houthi militants shelled a camp for internally displaced refugees in the southern province of Hodeidah.

A medical source told the Al-Masdar online that Houthis carried out heavy artillery shelling on several sites in Al-Khokha district, in the series of repeated breaches of the ceasefire agreement between Yemenis in Sweden.

A number of shells landed on the Bani Jaber refugee camp, injuring five children, said.

He said that some of the children were seriously injured and were immediately rushed to the mobile clinics of the King Salman Center for Humanitarian Relief, and they were given first aid.


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