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More than 5000 civilian died in Yemen civil War: UN

Monitoring Desk

SANA: The United Nation Human Rights Office claimed that at least 5,000 innocent civilians have been killed including 1184 children in Yemen since March 2015.

The UN office demands an international probe into the conflict. UN said in a statement between March and August 2015 more than 5000 civilians were killed and 8749 were reported injured in the war between the Hothis and Saudi led forces.

Total 8,400 people, including civilians and fighters are believed to have died in Yemen’s civil war, UN estimates.

The United Nations human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, has repeatedly pushed for an international investigation into violations in Yemen.

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