Civilians and Immigrants’ Victims due to Saudi Bombing on Saada
Two citizens were killed and seven others were injured on Wednesday as a result of the continued Saudi bombing the border districts of Saada province.
Local source reported that a civilian was killed and three African migrants injured by the Saudi army fire in Al-Sheikh and Afra areas of border Munabeh district.
The source also spoke about the arrival of a martyr and two wounded people by the Saudi army fire to Razeh rural hospital from border Sheda district.
A security official in Sa’ada told the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that the Saudi enemy targeted, with its weapons, the Al-Sheikh and Afra areas in Munabeh district, which led to killing a citizen and the injury of three African immigrants.
The official indicated that two cases of African immigrants were injured at Al-Talh Hospital as a result of artillery shells of the Saudi army on the Afra area in Munabeh district.
The border areas are exposed to rocket and artillery shelling, which has led to death and wounding of hundreds of citizens and significant damage to their property.