Yemen’s military court continues prosecution of Houthi leaders head Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi

The Marib court is hearing charges against the Houthi leadership for “carrying out a military coup against the republican system and legal and constitutional authorities, spying for a foreign country (Iran) and committing military and war crimes,” state news agency Saba reported.

The session heard testimonies from witnesses including the director of the human rights office in Marib, who testified on horrific violations committed by Houthi militia, as well as received evidence from prosecution lawyers on Houthi rockets, landmines, grenades, and explosives being used to target civilians in Marib.