SANAA, Feb. 12 (Saba) – Nine civilians, including five women, were killed when the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition launched 44 air strikes on Yemen provinces over the past 24 hours, officials and medics told Saba News Agency on Monday.
In Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, nine members of a family, including five women, were killed in two airstrikes hit the family's home in Shargah area of Jurrahi district.
Also in Hodiedah, two air strikes hit two Fisheries stores in Luhaiah district.
In Saada province, the warplanes launched four strikes on Taibt-Asm and Farea area of Kutaf district, two on Aal-Qerad area of Baqem district, and one air strike on Takhiah area of Majaz district.
Also in Saada, the aggression fighter jets waged two raids on Azhur area of Razeh border district and one on the dawn of Maran mountain.
Meanwhile, artillery and missile force of Saudi aggression shelled several areas of Razeh district, Maran and Riqa areas of Haidan district, Ghur area of Ghamer border district and also targeted several areas of Munabeh district, damaging civilians’ properties.
In Marib province, four air strikes were waged on Serwah district.
In the capital Sanaa, the aggression warplane launched a strike on Dailami base.
In Hajjah province, 20 airstrikes were targeted Haradh and Medi districts.
In Jizan border province, the US-backed Saudi aggression coalition waged five strikes on Talaa site.
Writing by Sameera al-Mahdi, Editing by Zak