An international agency reveals a shocking number of war victims on the outskirts of Marib in just one month


The recent war in Marib Governorate (in the east of the country) caused a major humanitarian crisis, especially in the southern districts of the governorate.
On Thursday, the United Nations migration agency said that the fighting around the city of Ma’rib in Yemen has displaced about 10,000 people last month.
For more than two weeks, the militia has imposed a stifling siege on the Abdiya district in the south of the governorate, targeting it with artillery shells, and launching continuous military attacks on its fighters.
Activists on social media and human rights activists called on the Houthi terrorist militia to lift its siege on the district.

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