ADEN, Yemen- Yemen's National Centre for Removal of Landmines, said that, the Yemeni army has removed 300,000 landmines, planted by Iran-backed Houthi militias, during two years, in liberated areas.

In a press statement, Ameen Al-Aqaili, head of the centre, affirmed that, Yemen was exposed to the biggest mine-planting operation, since the Second World War, adding that, the Houthi coup militias, planted more than 500,000 landmines, in various areas in Yemen, Saudi Press Agency (SPA), reported.

He stressed that, this huge quantity of landmines poses a continuous danger, threatening people's lives.


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