One civilian was killed on Saturday in mine explosion planted by the Iran-backed Houthi militia in the central province of Al-Bayda.
Local sources said Salim Abdu Rabbu Al-Mansoyri, 58, was grazing cattle in Dharwa area in Mukares district, southwest of the province when a landmine exploded and killed him.
Meanwhile, three civilians, including a child, were also killed yesterday in another explosion of a landmine in Al-Jawf province.
The Iran-backed rebels have been too immersed in planting unmarked mines in random, populated areas, especially in areas where they had to withdraw from.
Consequently to these Houthi-laid mines, the number of death toll, and injuries keeps rising as the world turns a blind eye to such war crimes committed by the rebels.