Saudi-led coalition jet fighters have launched more than 40 airstrikes over many provinces wide Yemen in the past 24 hours.
A security official said that the airstrikes were divided into 15 air strikes against Majzar, al-Jafra and Salb areas in Marib province, and six airstrikes against al-Malahidh in Saada province.
The official pointed out the warplanes targeted Haradh area, Hiran and Bani Hasan in the province of Hajjah with six air raids, and eight air raids against al-Suh and al-Fara region off Najran.
coalition jet fighters also launched 16 air raids on the Saada, Hajjah provinces and Jizan.
According to the Houthi-run Saba news agency, the coalition warplanes launched five raids against al-Fara area in Ketaf district in Saada province and six air raids against al-Dhaher district in the same province.
Meanwhile, the Saudi missile and artillery shelling targeted the border district of Munabeh in Saada, the official said.
The official said that the fighter planes launched two air strikes against al-Tina area in Midi district in the province of Hajjah, and three air raids against Wadi Jarah in Jizan.
in Hodeidah , the Saudi-backed forces committed 62 violations, including hovering of four spy planes and 11 violations of artillery bombardment in Tuesday.
The official said the coalition forces targeted separate areas in the July 7th residential area with a number of artillery shells and machine guns, and struck by mortar shells al-Odain triangle area in Hays district in Hodeidah.
The official reported the burning of the house of a citizen southwest of the besieged city of al-Duraihemi, after being targeted by mercenaries with medium and heavy weapons.
The coalition forces also attacked the villages of al-Shajan and al-Dahfsh in al-Duraihemi with mortars, the official said.