Houthis must release journalists

Mina Aldroubi
10 journalists held on ‘trumped-up’ spying charges could face death penalty
Houthi rebels must immediately release 10 Yemeni journalists held for false charges, Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
Yemen was plunged into a civil war in 2014 after the Iranian-backed group seized its capital, Sanaa, and ousted the internationally recognised government from power.
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Source: thenational.ae

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