Detainees in Houthi-run prison go on hunger strike to protest detentions, abuse 

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Mon, 2022-11-14 21:39

AL-MUKALLA: A number of Yemeni prisoners at a detention center in Houthi-controlled Sanaa have gone on hunger strike to put pressure on the militia to release them and end their brutal treatment, their families said on Monday. 

Prisoners held at the Houthi-run Intelligence Prison in Sanaa’s Shamlan area went on hunger strike to protest their extended confinement and demand that the Houthis free them, put them on trial, or at least improve the circumstances within the prison. 

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