GENEVA, Switzerland, Yemen’s Human Rights Minister, Dr. Mohammed Askar, has demanded the Geneva-based human rights council, to implement its decision, pledging to provide technical support for the Yemeni national committee for investigation.

In a symposium, organised by the Arab British Centre for Strategic Studies and Development, in Geneva, titled “Yemen at crossroads: present and future challenges,” he reviewed the violations committed by the Houthi and pro-Saleh militias, against the unarmed and innocent Yemeni people.

He said, the militias have 480 detention centres, including underground jails and incarceration centres, noting, the deterioration of health of the detainees and their families, since the spread of the cholera epidemic in Yemen.

 

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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