Ta'izz

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Ta'izz

(tæˈɪz; teɪˈiːz)
n
(Placename) a town in SW Yemen, in the former North Yemen until 1990: agricultural trading centre. Pop: 541 000 (2005 est)
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2800967 ADEN -- A woman was killed another was injured by houthi snipers in the Yemeni city of Taez during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, raising number to 18 killed or injured civilians, Yemen news agency (Saba) reported.
The youngest witness of Houthi's crimes in Taez able to walk again Children in Taiz in particular, and Yemen in general, had the largest share of Houthi's oppression.
Colonel Abdu Al-Saghir, chief operations of Brigade 17, said a special unit ambushed Bilal Al-Wafi, also known as Abu Al-Waleed, in the western suburbs of Taez governorate, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.
The sand-coloured bird came down in the country's third city of Taez, an unusual move for a young vulture that can soar for long distances across continents in search of food and moderate weather.
The families of the four boys, aged eight to 16, told Amnesty their sons had been assaulted over the past eight months, including at a mosque, but authorities in the area had not been responsive.All four families reported the assaults to the Criminal Investigations Unit in Taez, Amnesty said.
Yemeni sources announced that the killed British and Pakistani military officers were conducting a top-secret mission commissioned by the UK, the US, and the UAE, Taez news, a Yemeni news outlet, reported last night.
Yemeni fighters from the Popular Resistance Committees, supporting forces loyal to the Yemen's Saudi-backed government, attend a graduation ceremony in the country's third city Taez, on July 17, 2018.
He added that the Houthi militias and their associates are held responsible of killed as many as 1324 and injuring 2295, citing Taez as the main theatre of most human rights violations, followed by Al-Joaf, Hijja, Sanaa, Maareb, Shabwa, Saada, Al-Baida, Al-Dalea, Luhaj and Al-Hodeida.
Jalal Ahmad, who calls himself "The Sensible from Taez" on Facebook, posted a picture of a Saudi man whom he identified as his employer.
Elsewhere on Saturday, strikes on residential buildings killed 17 people and wounded seven in the battleground town of Salo, southeast of Yemen's third city Taez, said rebel-controlled media.
Women attend a demonstration on March 20, 2016 in Sanaa to show solidarity with the Taez governorate, where fighting had raged since the day before as rebel forces attempted to retake parts of the country's third-largest city from government loyalists.