782 mines are deactivated by KSRelief during mine clearance operations in Yemen


Riyadh- During the first week of April, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) detonated 782 mines in Yemen.

The centre’s Masam project, which was started in the middle of June 2018, made the explosives that the Houthi militia had planted in Yemen safe.

Since the project’s inception, 393,804 Houthi mines have been shut down altogether, according to state news agency SPA.

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