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Saudi Warplanes killed 5 child in a house / More than 6,000 killed

21 May 2015 3:14


More than 6,300 Yemenis have been killed since March 26, when Saudi Arabia and several Arab allies launched an air campaign against Yemen, an NGO has said.
In the last crimes of Saudis against humanity, warplanes of the allied Arab countries targeted a house a north of Sadda and killed 5 child in a home.
Yemeni people are witnessing most crushing airstrike by Saudi warplanes after 5 days humanitarian pause ended.
More than 6,300 Yemenis have been killed since March 26, when Saudi Arabia launched an air campaign against Yemen.The report released by Abaad Studies and Research Center – which covers the period from March 26 until May 12 – said that the number of registered injuries is twice as high as the death toll.
According to the Abaad Center, the report was based on figures provided by various sources, including medical officials, vigilante groups, statements from government and army officials Allied to Houthi group, as well as figures collected by the center’s research team.
On March 25, Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies began an extensive air campaign across Yemen.
Riyadh says its air campaign comes in response to appeals by embattled Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi for military intervention against the Houthis revolutionary forces.
The Houthis Revolutionary group denounce the offensive as an unwarranted “Saudi-American aggression” on Yemen.

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