Yemen: 'Where is my father?': Detention and disappearance in Huthi-controlled Yemen
Through the examination of 60 individual cases in Sana’a, Ibb, Ta’iz and Hodeidah between December 2014 and March 2016, this report reveals how the Huthi forces have swept up political opposition figures, activists and journalists from their homes, work places, meetings or protests, as part of a broad crackdown against those who have opposed their take-over of government institutions.
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