Saudi Coalition Launch Series of Airstrikes on Capital Sana’a
Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched a series of airstrikes targeting several areas in the capital Sana’a, Amran and Saada provinces on late Wednesday.
According to a security official, the coalition aircraft attacked al-Sayanah area in the district of Al-Thawra with two airstrikes, while another one targeted al- Hafa area in the district of al-Sabeen.
Also, the coalition waged two airstrikes on Raymat Humaid in Sanhan district of Sana’a province.
In Saada, the coalition warplanes launched two airstrikes on the district of Sihar and another airsick on Harf Sufyan district in Amran province, northern Yemen.
The coalition’s raids caused heavy damage to civilians’ properties, according to the official.
Al-Masirah TV satellite channel broadcast on Thursday scenes documenting the extent of damage to citizens’ properties due to the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on the capital, Sana’a, at dawn today.
The coalition raids on Sana’a and a number of provinces reveal a state of hysteria and confusion the coalition live over the impact of field military developments and missile operations in the Saudi depth and on the fronts of Taiz and Marib.