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Entertainment Yemen: The coalition led by Ryad denies targeted a prison held by the rebels

10:30  22 january  2022
10:30  22 january  2022 Source:   france24.com

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The Saudi- led coalition , which has been fighting the rebels since 2015, released a statement on Saturday denying it carried out the strike. Reports of the targeting of the rebel - held facility are "baseless and unfounded", said coalition spokesman Turki al-Malki, who was quoted The coalition official said the prison was not placed on a "No Strike List in accordance with the agreed upon mechanism" with the United Nations' humanitarian affairs office in Yemen and had "not been reported by the International Committee of the Red Cross". Al-Malki said the coalition would share with both

Sanaa, Yemen – A Saudi- led airstrike targeting a prison run by Yemen ’s Houthi rebels killed at least 70 detainees and wounded dozens on Friday, a rebel minister said. The strike was part of a pounding aerial offensive that hours earlier saw another airstrike take the Arab world’s poorest country off the internet. It marked a major escalation in the conflict, a brutal civil war in Yemen where the Saudi- led coalition , which is backed by the UAE, has battled the rebels since 2015. Taha al-Motawakel, health minister in the Houthi government, which controls the country’s north, told The Associated Press in

Un homme marche sur le toit effondré du centre de détention touché par des frappes aériennes à Saada, au Yémen, le 21 janvier 2022. © Naif Rahma, Reuters A man walking on the collapsed roof of the detention center affected by aerial strikes in Saada, Yemen, January 21, January 21 2022.

denouncing a "misinformation" of the rebellion, the coalition under Saudi Commandement denied the

information on Saturday, which it led an aerial strike against a prison in Saada, in northern Yemen, which made at least 70 deaths. Friday.

The military coalition led by Saudi Arabia denied, on Saturday, January 22, in a statement having targeted a detention center held by the rebels in Yemen , an attack which has made at least 70 dead Friday .

The information reporting of the Targeting of the Saada (North) Detention Center are "unfounded", indicated a communiqué from the spokesperson for this coalition, cited by the Saudi news agency. The coalition had claimed a raid on Friday against the city of Hodeida (West).

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Houthi rebels in Yemen have blamed the Saudi- led coalition for an airstrike that hit a detention center. The strike comes days after three people were killed in a drone attack on the UAE claimed by the rebels . The airstrike in Saada left at least 70 people dead. "There was a targeting of a detention center in Saada and currently ICRC teams are inspecting the location to verify the numbers of dead and injured," Basheer Omar, spokesperson for the ICRC in Yemen , told the AFP news agency. The charity Save the Children said that the total death toll from a series of airstrikes on Friday and Thursday night

A Saudi- led military coalition has intensified air raids on what it has said are military targets linked to the Houthi rebel movement, after the Houthis conducted an unprecedented assault on coalition member the United Arab Emirates on Monday and further Footage released by the Houthis on Friday showed rescue workers pulling bodies from out of the rubble, following the dawn raid on the temporary detention centre in Saada. Taha al-Motawakel, health minister in the Houthi government, which controls the country’s north, told The Associated Press news agency that 70 detainees were killed at the prison .

The coalition, intervening since 2015 in the country at war, says it has examined this information in a "extremely serious" way before concluding that they were "unfounded" and did not rest on "no basis", according to this spokesman, General Turki al-Malki, who accuses the houthis rebels of "misinformation".

Saudi Arabia is at the head of the coalition of Muslim countries including the United Arab Emirates, which supports Yemeni government forces against Houthis rebels supported by Iran.

While noting that it has been targeted by the coalition, the statement notes that the Saada Detention Center is not part of the "list of targets prohibited in accordance with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of the Coordination of the Coordination. Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen (OCHA).

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SANAA, Yemen (AP) — A Saudi- led coalition airstrike hit a prison run by Yemen 's Houthi rebels on Friday, killing at least 70 detainees and wounding dozens, a rebel minister said. The strike was part of a pounding aerial offensive that hours earlier knocked the Arab world's poorest country off the internet. The intense campaign comes after the Iran-backed Houthis claimed a drone and missile attack that struck inside the United Arab Emirates' capital earlier in the week — a major escalation in the conflict in Yemen where the Saudi- led coalition , backed by the UAE, has battled the rebels since 2015.

The Saudi- led coalition entered Yemen ’s civil war in 2015 to try and restore to power the impoverished country’s internationally recognized government, ousted by the Houthis the year before. The war has turned into the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, with international criticism of Saudi airstrikes that have killed hundreds of civilians and targeted the country’s infrastructure. The Houthis meanwhile have used child soldiers and indiscriminately laid landmines across the country. The war has killed some 130,000 people, including over 13,000 civilians slain in targeted attacks, according to the Armed Conflict

Washington calls for the "de-escalation"

in the middle of the night, an aerial bombardment hit a prison in Saada, Fief of the Houthis in the North. At least 70 people were killed and 138 injured, according to NGO Doctors Without Borders (MSF), which denounced a "horrible" attack.

This assessment concerns only one SAADA hospital, "two other institutions that have received many wounded". "Research is continuing in the rubble, "added MSF.

It was not possible to know in the immediate future that were the detainees or how much they were. But eight NGOs whose action against hunger, Oxfam and Save the Children, indicated in a common statement that among the dead would appear Grants.

The United States called on Friday to "de-escalation", evoking "more than 100 victims over the last days" including at least 70 deaths when the air strike on the prison, according to the State Department.

the boss of the UN Antonio Guterres has condemned him "the strikes of the coalition led by Saudi Arabia against a detention center in Saada" who, according to him, have "made at least 60 dead and more than 100 wounded" . He also denounced the strikes in Hodeida and claimed "effective surveys".

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