SANAA, Feb. 5 (Saba) – At least seven Yemeni civilians were killed, including a child, and more than sixty injured when the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition launched over 46 airstrikes on several provinces of Yemen during the past 24 hours, officials and medics told Saba News Agency on Monday.
In the capital Sanaa, seven civilians were killed, including a child, and at least 58 were injured in two airstrikes targeted the Lab’s Forensic Evidence building in Dahban area.
Also in Sanaa, two airstrikes were waged on Nehm district.
In Saada province, two civilians were injured in airstrikes targeted a main road of Saada city, while three airstrikes hit Hamazat area and other seven targeted Malahidh area of Dhaher district.
Also in Saada, the warplanes of aggression launched a series of airstrikes on the down of Maran mountain and five air raids on Atfain area of Kutaf district.
Meanwhile, artillery and missile shelling targeted Aal-Fadhl area of Haidan district and several areas in Razeh border district.
In the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, thw fighter jets of aggression waged 13 air strikes on Hais district, three of them targeted a water desalination plant, and another one targeted a civilian’s home.
In Hajjah province, the aggression warplanes launched an airstrike on Khawarya area of Hairan district, seven airstrikes on Haradh and Medi district, and an air strike on Muzareq area.
In Lahj province, an air strike was waged on Kahbub district.
In Jizan Saudi border district, three Saudi-led aggression coalition airstrikes targeted Jara valley.
Writing by Sameera al-Mahdi, Editing by Zak