SANAA, Feb. 22 (Saba) - At least 15 Yemeni civilians were killed and four injured in more than 28 US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition air strikes that targeted several areas of the Yemeni provinces over the past 24 hours, officials told Saba News Agency on Thursday.
In Saada province, 15 civilians were killed and three injured in an air strike that targeted several taxis in the road of Aal-Amar of Safraa district.
A civilian was injured in an airstrike on Aal-abu Jubara area of Ketaf district.
Also in Saada, the warplanes launched two airstrikes on Boqea area of Ketaf district, and an air strike on Saada city.
Meanwhile, Saudi forces targeted several areas of Munabeh and Shada border districts by artillery and missiles.
In Sanaa province, an air strike hit Sawad camp.
In Dhamar province, 13 air strikes hit Qaa-Haqel of Dharwan-Anes district.
In Taiz province, the aggression fighter jets struck Kamin site, targeting UAE empty armored vehicles that were destroyed last Sunday east of Moazea junction by the Yemeni army.
In Hajjah province, seven air strikes hit Harradh and Medi districts.
In the Red Sea port province of Hodeidah, the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition launched an air strike on Jah junction of Bit-Faqeah district.
Writing by Sameera Hassn/ Editing by Zak