Houthi Movement Attacked Military in Aden, Yemen

The wars in Yemen are not stopping and hurting the civilians the most.

Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed that they attacked the military parade in Aden. The military was backed up by Saudi Arabia and the explosion that happened on Thursday, targeted the military but harmed other civilians as well.

Reuters news agency reported a medical and a security source as saying at least 32 were killed in the blast while a health official told the Associates Press the death toll stood at more than 40.  Many wounded people have been hospitalized.

A witness said:

“The blast occurred behind the stand where the ceremony was taking place at Al Jalaa military camp in Buraiqa district in Aden,”

Houthi movement has other forces which are allied with their former President Ali Abdullah Saleh and they have seized many parts of the country including the capital, Sanaa. The ongoing war is to restore the hold of internationally recognized President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

Since 2015, tens of thousands of civilians and combatants have been killed and as many as 85,000 children may have starved to death. This war has disrupted the peace within the country and made the lives of civilians miserable.