Trial of “Sa’ada” cell for collaborating with aggression starts

The Specialized Criminal Court of First Instance in the capital Sana'a began on Tuesday trying the "Sa'ada" cell consisting of 31 members, accused of espionage and aiding the aggression countries.

In the court's session, headed by Judge Ibrahim Al-Azani, the indictment was read to confront the defendants with the charges against them.

The court assigned the Public Prosecution Office to announce the nine fugitive defendants and to enable the lawyers of the present defendants to present what they have at the next session, scheduled for the 9th of next November.

Source: Yemen News Agency