Saudi Coalition Killed and Wounded Dozens of Citizens in Many Provinces

Two citizens were killed and two others were wounded as a result of raids by the Saudi coalition that targeted residential neighborhoods in the capital, Sana’a.

A security official in Sana’a reported that the Saudi warplanes have targeted a building under construction belonging to the Orphan Hospital in Ma’in District.

Hours later, the coalition launched a raid on a plastic factory in Amran Roundabout in the Al-Thawra District, which caused serious material damage, without reporting civilian casualties.

The Saudi coalition forces continued to violate the ceasefire agreement in Al-Hodeida province, and three citizens were killed and 10 others and an African immigrant were injured by enemy fire in Sa’ada during the past 24 hours, a military official said.

A military official in Sana’a government stated that the Saudi-backed forces committed 116 breaches, including an infiltrate attempt into Hays, two raids by warplanes on Hays, 18 breaches with artillery shelling, and 36 breaches with various gunshots.

The violations included four raids by spy planes on Hays and Al Jabalia, and 22 warplanes flew over Al Faza, Al Jabalia, Hays, Al Jah, and Al Tuhayta, and 31 spy planes flew over Al Jah, Al Faza, and Hays.

The official confirmed the killing of three citizens and the wounding of six others and an African immigrant by the Saudi army’s fire in the Al-Raqw area in Munabeh district of Sa’ada province.

Moreover, 4 civilians were wounded by Saudi missile and artillery shelling on Shada border district, while the warplanes launched two raids on Al-Dhaher district.

The official reported that the coalition warplanes launched three raids on Al-Anab residential neighborhood in Sana’a, and a plastic basket factory for a Syrian citizen was burnt as a result of the airstrikes east of the Saudi German Hospital on North Sixty Street.

He pointed out that the warplanes targeted the Al-Jobah district with nine raids and launched seven raids on Serwah district in Marib province.

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