New detailed statistics show horrible cost of war on Yemen

New detailed statistics show horrible cost of war on Yemen

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The Eye of Humanity Center (Ain al-Insiyah Center) for Human Rights and Development has revealed on Thursday a statistic showing the crimes of the US-Saudi aggression during the past 2,400 days.

The center indicated in its statistics that the tota…

The Eye of Humanity Center (Ain al-Insiyah Center) for Human Rights and Development has revealed on Thursday a statistic showing the crimes of the US-Saudi aggression during the past 2,400 days.

The center indicated in its statistics that the total number of civilian victims during the 2,400 days amounted to 44,221.

Of this number, there are 17,290 martyred Yemenis, including 4,270 children and 2,850 women.

Regarding the infrastructure, the statistics revealed that the aggression destroyed 15 airports, 16 ports, 312 stations and generators, 558 networks and communication stations, 2,542 tanks and water stations, 1,994 government facilities, and 5,749 roads and bridges.

The number of economic establishments destroyed by the US-Saudi-Emirati aggression reached 398 factories, 365 fuel tankers, 11,549 commercial establishments, 477 chicken and livestock farms, 8,483 means of transportation and 476 fishing boats.

It revealed that the number of service facilities affected by the aggression amounted to 946 food stores, 405 fuel stations, 689 markets, 884 food trucks, 579,954 civilian homes, 180 university facilities, 1,478 mosques, 371 tourist facilities, 392 hospitals and health facilities, 1,128 schools and educational facilities, 8,326 agricultural sites, 136 archaeological facilities, and 250 sports facilities.

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