Civilian death toll in Yemen rises above 1,600 in last three months: UN
July 14, Berlin: At least 142 civilians have been killed in Yemen over the past 10 days, and a total of 1,600 civilian in more than three months of violence above 1,600, United Nations said.
Air strikes and ground fighting have continued despite a U.N.-brokered truce between Shiite rebels known as Houthis and Yemen’s internationally backed exiled government and its allies.
A spokesman for the U.N. human rights office Rupert Colville said in Geneva that at least 142 civilians were killed between July 3 and Monday and another 224 were injured. That included a total of 76 deaths and 38 injuries in a pair of airstrikes on markets July 6.
Colville said that the latest numbers bring the total killed since March 26 to 1,670 and 3,829 civilians have been injured.
The Oslo Times