Saudi airstrikes continue taking Yemeni lives
At least one civilian has been killed and another wounded in Saudi Arabia’s latest airstrike on Yemen.
The civilian casualties came on Monday after Saudi fighter jets targeted Mahabishah district in the northwestern Yemeni province of Hajjah.
Saudi warplanes also carried out raids against several districts in northwestern province of Sa’ada, destroying a telecommunications network.
Earlier on Sunday, Saudi fighter jets targeted residential areas in the town of Hidan in Sa’ada Province several times, killing four civilians and injuring eleven others.
The war planes also bombarded the town’s market place 20 times, killing four people there.
According to Yemen’s al-Masirah TV network, the Saudis used cluster bombs in the attacks on the Hidan market.
Saudi fighter jets also pounded Sana’a province, leaving five Yemenis dead.
Fifteen others lost their lives when a prison was bombed in the central province of Bayda. A group of prisoners managed to escape from the prison after the attack.
Saudi warplanes also bombarded the residential area of Yemen’s Presidential Palace in the capital, Sana’a.