Saudi-led coalition fighter jets carry out dozens of airstrikes on Yemen

Since Saudi Arabia announced a ceasefire in Yemen last night it has launched dozens of airstrikes on Yemen.

The Saudi-led coalition fighter jets carried out on Thursday four strikes on Jawf province, a security said.

The strikes targeted al-Labanat comp in al-Hazm district and al-Aqaba area of Khab Washaf district.

Meanwhile, the fighter jets launched over 30 strikes on the same province during the past hours, the official added.

The coalition fighter jets launched also  three air raids on Bayda province. The three airstrikes targeted Nati ‘ district of Bayda, the official said.

Earlier in the day, the coalition warplanes waged two air raids, targeting two quarantine centers at Abar crossing in al-Malajem district in Bayda, according to a security official in the province.

In the same day coalition aircraft launched today 8 air raids on Saada and Jizan provinces, a security official told Saba.

The warplanes waged four raids on al-Malahit area in al-Dhaher district of Saada province , the official elaborated. He added that four airstrikes hit Wady Jarh in Jizan province.

In Amran province coalition fighter jets launched Thursday two strikes, The strikes targeted Harf Sufyan district.

The Saudi-led coalition fighter jets on Wednesday launched four air raids on Bayda province.

The four airstrikes targeted Qaniya district.

Earlier the coalition warplanes waged two air raids, targeting two quarantine centers at Abar crossing in al-Malajem district in Bayda, according to a security official in the province.