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39 Arab alliance raids hit 3 Yemeni provinces

YEMEN (OBSERVATORY) – The Arab alliance has intensified its raids on the provinces of Hajjah, Saada and Hodeidah in Yemen.

A military source in the Ministry of Defense in Sanaa told “Sputnik” that “coalition aircraft launched Friday (April 13), 20 raids on the province of Hajjah in north-west Yemen, and targeted 18 raids by the departments of Harad and Medi, and launched two raids on the area of ​​Jarr in the Directorate of Abs.”

He added that the coalition bombed the border province of Saada with Saudi Arabia with 13 raids distributed 4 raids on Saada airport and the summer camp in the city of Saada, and 4 raids on the area of ​​Mandaba in the Directorate of Baqem, and targeted three raids of the provinces of Ghamr and Rash, and two raids on a water project in the area of ​​Hamzat Sahar Directorate”.

The province of Hodeidah in western Yemen was also hit by aerial bombardment by the coalition.

According to a local source, “coalition aircraft targeted a fish company in the Directorate of beard three raids, and launched another 3 on a farm in the same Directorate.”