Houthis detain 7 medical aid workers

A man attends a rally with supporters of the Houthi movement and Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh to mark two years of the military intervention by the Saudi-led coalition, in Sanaa, Yemen, in this March 26, 2017 photo. (REUTERS)
Updated 01 April 2017
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Houthis detain 7 medical aid workers

SANAA: Yemeni security officials said Houthi rebels have detained seven local employees of the International Medical Corps, accusing them of spying for foreign intelligence.
They said the Houthis raided a hotel the humanitarian group was using in Ibb province, taking the employees to a prison in Sanaa.
Meanwhile, three suspected Al-Qaeda members were killed overnight in what local officials believed was a US drone strike in southern Yemen.
Residents and local officials said on Friday the attack took place in Mozno in Al-Wadie district of Abyan province. The three killed included the local leader of the militant group, Waddah Muhammed Amsouda, who was meeting the others in a house in the area, they said. Residents also reported a separate attack on a suspected Al-Qaeda vehicle, in the same province, but said the number of casualties was unknown.


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