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Prisoners Committee in Yemen to Release 350 Prisoners, Including Three Saudis
By Staff, Agencies
Yemen’s Ansarullah revolutionary movement said will release 350 prisoners, including three Saudis, on Monday under the supervision of the United Nations.
The statement by the Head of Yemen Prisoners Committee Abdul Qader al-Murtada included that the individuals were on the lists of persons drawn up as part of the prisoner exchange deal agreed in Stockholm in December.
Al-Murtada said among the detainees of the 'Victory from Allah" operation there are dozens of children whose ages range between 15 and 16 years.
“We informed the International Red Cross Committee about the place of the detainees not to be targeted by the coalition's warplanes,” he noted.
The man stressed that “the initiative proves our honesty to implement the Sweden agreement and we call other parties to take a similar step.”
Today’s deal includes 350 detainees including three who are Saudis, and those who survived the Dhamar Prison massacre will be included in it.
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