Seven Citizens Wounded, Coalition Warplanes Launch 17 Raids on Marib, Saada
The Saudi-led coalition fighter jets launched on Saturday a series of air raids on Marib and Saada provinces, amounting 17 raids so far.
Security sources in Sana’a said that the coalition warplanes hit Marib with 15 airstrikes, all of which on Al-Jouba district.
In Saada, Ketaf district was targeted with two other airstrikes, according to the sources.
On Friday, Saudi warplanes launched 19 raids on Marib province.
The official added the coalition’s warplanes targeted Serwah district with 18 raids and hit al-Joba district with a raid.
He indicated the coalition raids caused severe damage to the civilians’ properties.
The coalition forces committed on Friday 180 violations of the ceasefire agreement in Hodeida province and Seven citizens and Africans were wounded by Saudi army fire in Saada, and aviation launched 26 raids on four provinces during the past 24 hours, a military official said.
The official added the coalition’s warplanes waged 3 raids on al-Faza and Hays areas while 13 spy planes flew over al-Jah, al-Faza, Hays, al-Durayhimi, al-Jabaliya and al-Tuhaita areas.
He said the coalition forces created new combat fortifications in al-Jabaliya, al-Jah and al-Tuhaita areas.
The official added the coalition forces committed 16 violations of artillery shelling and 141 violations of firing various gunshots.
The official confirmed that four citizens and3 African migrants were seriously injured, as a result of Saudi enemy’s targeting civilians in separate areas of Munabbih border district in Sa’ada province.