KSrelief's Masam Project Dismantles more than 1,400 Mines in Yemen within One Week

Tuesday 1442/7/18 - 2021/03/02
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Riyadh, Mar. 02, 2021, SPA -- During the fourth week of February 2021, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) Masam Project to clear Yemeni lands of mines, dismantled 1,428 mines, planted by the Iran-backed Houthi terrorist Houthi militia in various regions of Yemen.
The mines included 21 anti-personnel, 391 anti-tank, 1,015 unexploded ordnance, and one explosive device. The total of what has been dismantled, since the beginning of the project so far has reached 220,352 mines, planted by the Houthi militia in lands, schools and homes in Yemen, targeting lives of the innocent civilians.
The the Riyadh-based KSrelief continues its efforts to clear mines in Yemen, planted by Houthi, indiscriminately, that have caused the death and injury of hundreds of innocent people.
-- SPA
21:16 LOCAL TIME 18:16 GMT