Report: 2 civilians killed in 21 Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen over 24 hours
SANAA, July 12 (Saba) – Two civilians were killed when the US-backed Saudi-led coalition aggression launched 21 airstrikes and ground attacks targeting civilians’ properties on several provinces of Yemen over 24 hours, according to reports combined by Saba News Agency on Thursday.
In Lahj province, two civilians were killed when two airstrikes targeted two tankers in Ethnain market of Qabaita district.
Also in Lahj, the warplanes waged two strikes on Qabaita district.
In Saada province, the fighter jets launched three strikes on Aal-Waqash area of Saqain district.
Meanwhile, missile and artillery shells targeted residential areas of Razih and Shada border districts, causing heavy damage to civilian’s properties.
In Taiz province, three air strikes hit a road between Damnat-Khudair and Salw districts, while an airstrike was waged on a civilian’s home in Salw district.
In Hodeidah province, the warplanes launched two airstrikes on a civilian’s farm in Jarba area of Duraihimi district.
In Hajjah province, two air raids hit Mazroq area of Abs district.
In Sanaa province, the warplanes of aggression launched two airstrikes on Sanaa international airport.
Also in Sanaa, three airstrikes were waged on several areas of Nehm district.
In Najran border province, a Saudi-led coalition aggression airstrike was waged on Talaa site.
Written by Sameera Hassn