On Saturday, 26 January 2019, a woman was killed and her child was wounded by a mine planted by Iranian backed terrorist Houthi militia in the Qubaytah district north of Lahj province.
A local source said that the citizen Dalila Abdo Samad cited the explosion of a mine planted by the Houthi terrorist organizations in the Shuaib area west of Al Shraija, Directorate of Kubaita, and wounded her child, Azzam Abdo Abdul Baqi and Laila.
The source pointed out that the child of the martyr Dalila was transferred to a hospital in Aden to treat the treatment.
Hundreds of civilians, mostly women and children, have been killed by landmines and IEDs planted by the Houthi terrorist militia, indiscriminately and heavily in the areas before they are routed, even in homes, roads and public facilities.
In a related incident, a civilian was killed and a woman was injured when a landmine planted by the Huthi militias exploded in the morning north of Dhala province.
Local sources said that a mine from the remnants of the network of mines planted by the Houthis in the area of Najd Al Qurain south of the city of Dimit exploded, killing the citizen Muataz Al Sayadi and wounding a woman from his family who were working on a farm.
The source pointed out that the mine exploded when the farmer burned the creations of the farm, which led to the injury of the man fatal injury died hours later, while the woman was injured and taken to a hospital in the city of Dali.