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Saudi regime intensifies aggression against Yemeni cities

YEMEN (OBSERVATORY) – Combat aircraft from the Saudi coalition have increased their strikes on residential areas in different Yemeni provinces.

In the past 24 hours, Saudi Arabian coalition fighter planes have intensified their strikes in the Yemeni provinces, Tasnim quoted Saba’s Yemeni news agency as saying.

Three Yemeni citizens were killed and another injured in Saudi-led coalition fighter strikes against a government compound and a house in al-Tahyata district in al-Hudayda province, announced a military source in Saba.

Another citizen was shot dead by a sniper of this coalition in Al-Matoun district in al-Jawf province.

Saudi fighter jets also targeted al-Ghayal district and al-Masloub district in al-Jawf province.

On the other hand, a house in Ghamar district, in Sana’a province, was targeted by Saudi Arabian coalition fighters.

Similarly, the road to the west of al-Izd locality and that leading to Bani Moaen locality in Razih district were attacked by Saudi fighter jets.

In Sa’ada province, an air strike destroyed a house in Ghamar district, as well as two others on the main road west of the Izd region and in the Bani Moaen area, in the border district of Razih.

In Saada, two airstrikes targeted water supplies in the al-Hamzat area of ​​Sahar district. Four air strikes were carried out on Al camp, one air strike on Qehzah area, one on Majzah district and four others on Mandabah.

In the Manbah and Shada districts, Saudi artillery and missiles have damaged private property.

In Hajjah province, 18 airstrikes were carried out in Haradh and Midi districts, and an airstrike targeted citizens’ farms in the Al Jar area of ​​Abs district.

In the province of Najran finally, two air strikes took place in al-Sodais.