The Iran-backed militia's violations include executions, torture, forced disappearances, child recruitment and looting of public and private property.
Yemeni officials are calling on relief organisations to put alternative mechanisms in place to ensure aid reaches the targeted recipients.
There had been a recent escalation in harassment of journalists working for Persian news outlets outside Iran, coinciding with a crackdown on dissent within the country.
'Families of children killed during the protests are facing a ruthless campaign of harassment to intimidate them from speaking out,' spokesman says.
The judgement, one of a series passed against lawmakers and government ministers who oppose the militia, lacks legal basis, experts say.
The Iran-backed militia looted a World Food Programme warehouse, enriching themselves at the expense of Yemen's neediest women and children, officials say.
Yemen's Deputy Minister of Human Rights Nabil Abdul Hafeez says the Houthis are fully to blame for an expected cutback of assistance.
The World Health Organisation says three more flights have been scheduled for February 4th, 5th and 7th, bound for Amman and Cairo.
Informal camps housing Syrian refugees along Lebanon's Litani river have been inundated by floodwater once again, but this time the damage was less severe.
In a meeting between Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and the emir of Qatar, both sides agreed de-escalation is the 'only solution' to the regional crisis.