In Yemen, the coalition aircraft, led by Saudi Arabia has dealt another lethal blow on civilian targets during the bombing of the prison in the city of IBB has killed at least 45 people, reports Reuters.

The blow was struck on Saturday evening. At the time of the attack in the prison there were 84 inmates, reports TASS. Most of the victims – prisoners and staff.

The President of Yemen, supported by Saudi Arabia, rejected the truce planproposed by the UN and limiting its powers.

The conflict in Yemen continues in 2014, when the Shiite movement “Ansar Allah” (Houthis) rebelled against the government headed by President Abd rabbu Mansour Hadi. The rebels seized the capital Sana’a, and established its own government, and Hadi was forced to flee to Riyadh, capital of Saudi Arabia. This country led the coalition strikes on the positions of Houthis. On the side of the Houthis in the fighting involved soldiers loyal to former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Held in 2016, the peace negotiations between the parties to the Yemeni conflict was not successful, since August, the parties returned to active military confrontation.



Saudi coalition bombed a prison in Yemen: at least 45 dead 30.10.2016

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