Terrorist Saudi airstrikes continue, 3 more die in Yemen
At least three people have been killed and one person has been wounded in the latest Saudi airstrikes in Yemen, which has come under weeks of relentless attacks by the Riyadh regime.
A deadly air raid targeted the southern province of Shabwah while Saudi forces also launched two airstrikes on the northwestern provinces of Sa’ada and Hajjah.
Saudi warplanes also bombarded a military position in the northern province of Jawf.
The attacks come as the Yemeni army, backed by Ansarullah fighters, reportedly fired several retaliatory missiles on a military base in Zahran in the Asir border region of Saudi Arabia. Yemeni missiles were also fired at military bases in the southwestern border region of Jizan.
Reports, meanwhile, said the Yemeni forces targeted a Saudi weapons depot in Asir.
The Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite television network reported on Tuesday that Yemeni army forces with the help of popular committees destroyed a Saudi military vehicle in the southwestern port city of Aden.
Riyadh’s military campaign against Yemen began on March 26 – without a UN mandate – in an attempt to undermine the Ansarullah movement and to restore power to the fugitive former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.
According to a recent UN report, at least 1,670 civilians have been killed and another 3,829 people injured since the beginning of the Saudi military campaign.