Ten Red Cross vehicles looted in Marib
Tribal elements in the Juba district of Marib governorate looted cars belonging to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Yemen, according to Newsyemen sources.
The Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen controls Marib province, which is run by the Brotherhood governor Sultan al-Arada, while his party leaders control the military, security and civilian institutions in the province.
According to the sources, 10 Red Cross vehicles sent to Marib were looted for the purpose of allocating them as ambulances that contribute to the intervention process and to help the injured in the confrontation areas, in addition to assisting patients in Marib.
The sources pointed out that the leadership of the Red Cross Mission in Sana'a has so far failed to obtain any guarantees from the local authority leaders in Marib to recover the looted cars, pointing out that the mission is considering to stop its activities in Marib province in response to the looting of its vehicles.