Left Civilian Casualties, Saudi Warplanes Targeted Sana’a, Hodeida
The Saudi warplanes on Saturday launched raids on Hodeidah province, in flagrant violation of the Sweden agreement, a security official in Sana’a announced.
The source said that the Saudi coalition targeted the Area of Electricity of Hodeidah with three raids, oil installations with three raids, and one raid on the port of Al-Salif in Hodeidah.
The official denounced the coalition’s attacks on citizens and residential areas.
At least eight people were killed and four others were wounded on Saturday when Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched a series of airstrikes on the capital Sana’a and Saada province, security official said.
According to the sources, the coalition warplanes waged airstrikes on the yard of the General Insurance Authority in Hadah area of Sabbeen district in the capital Sana’a.
The airstrikes hit two houses where guards from the General Insurance Authority lived with their families, the sources added.
Meanwhile, the Saudi warplanes launched several raids on Sana’a targeting the yard of the Safer company and two raids on Hafa area of the capital Sana’a.
Moreover, the coalition warplanes also raided a gas station in Saada province as well as the Kahlan Camp in the east of the city.