Three Civilians Victims in Hodeida, 25 Airstrikes Hit Five Provinces
The Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched on Wednesday 25 raids on five Yemeni provinces, mostly on Marib province, security sources reported.
The coalition fighter jets waged 19 raids on Marib, including 11 raids on Al-Balaq area in Al-Wadi district, five on Al-Juba district, and three others on Serwah district, according to the sources.
In Taiz province, two airstrikes targeted Al-Barh area in Maqbna district, while two others hit Al-Jabaliya area in Al-Tuhita district of Hodeida province.
The coalition warplane also launched an airstrike on Salaba valley in Khub Washa’af district in Jawf province, and another air raid targeted Haradh district in Hajjah province.
Two citizens were killed and a third was injured when a mine exploded, left by the Saudi-backed forces, intensified their violations of the ceasefire in the Hodeida province, and the warplanes launched 25 raids on four provinces over the past 24 hours.
The coalition forces committed 225 violations, including two infiltration attempts in Hays, a warplane raid on al-Jabalyia area, and 3 raids by spy planes on Hays, according to a military official in Sana’a government.
Among the violations were the flight of warplanes and spy planes in the airspace of Hays, Al-Jabaliya and Al-Jarrahi, 80 violations by artillery shelling, and 111 violations by various gunshots.
The source confirmed the killing of two citizens and the injury of a third as a result of the explosion of a landmine left behind by the coalition, east of Al-Tuhaita district.