Arab air strike kills 33 prisoners in Yemen
During a raid of Arab fighters at a prison in the Yemeni city of Hodeida are 33 residents to the accident. Also would a local official, family members and medical personnel have been killed.
That reports Reuters.
The port on the Red Sea is in the hands of Houthische rebels. At the time of the attack, there were 84 people in prison in the al-Zaydiyah district. According to eyewitnesses, the building is three times its hit.
The coalition led by the Saudi’s to fight all out against the Houthi since march 2015, in an attempt to president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi returned to power, to help. He is internationally acknowledged as the leader of the country recognised. By the end of 2014 was Hadi switched off.
Since Saudi Arabia launched air strikes performed on goals of the Houthi rebels in Yemen are more than three thousand people perished.
The Houthi’s are allies of the shiite movement Hezbollah and the anti-western Iran. Iran denies the Houthi’s financial and military support, but the authorities of Yemen have in the past, ships with Iranian weapons intercepted.
This you should know the conflict in Yemen to understand