The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Yemen has announced that it has sent urgent medical supplies to Dhamar governorate, following reports that dozens of people were killed by the Arab Coalition targeting a prison there.

The head of the mission Franz Rauchenstein on his account in the "Twitter" that "the Red Cross takes these reports seriously, noting that he is currently heading to the province south of the capital Sanaa to assess the situation."

Rauchenstein said a Red Cross team with urgent medical supplies had been sent to the province to treat 100 people.

This came against the backdrop of the announcement of the group "Ansar Allah" Houthi at least 60 people were killed and dozens injured in the raids that targeted the prison, and caused many casualties among the elements of the Yemeni

government recognized internationally in the prison.

Source: RT

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