SANAA, Yemen, A court in the Yemeni rebel-held capital, Sanaa, on Tuesday, sentenced 30 people to death, on charges of allegedly spying for the Saudi-led coalition, a judicial source said.

The men, mainly academics, professors and students, are members of the Islah Party, the Muslim Brotherhood group in Yemen.

They were arrested during a Houthi security campaign in 2016.

The verdicts against the men can be appealed, the official said, on condition of anonymity.

Amnesty International condemned the trial as a mockery of justice, and urged the Houthis to immediately release the 30 men.

Source: NAM News Network

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