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Print date: 16-12-2017
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Roundup: 282 Saudi aggression airstrikes hit Yemen in five days, killing 13 civilians
[06/March/2017]

By Baseema al-Absi

SANA'A, March 06 (Saba) – At least Thirteen civilians were killed, Including two children and a girl, and 27 others wounded in 282 airstrikes launched by US-backed Saudi aggression warplanes on several Yemeni provinces over the past five days, officials and residents told Saba.

In Sana'a province, the aggression warplanes launched 24 air strikes on Nehm district, and Daylami air base and the Faculty of Aviation.

In Sa'ada province, the aggression launched 55 airstrikes on several districts, including Dhahir and Ketaf, Bakm, and Razh district. The warplanes also dropped cluster bombs on Al-Mlahiz area of Dhahir district.

Also inSa'ada, five citizens were killed and ten wounded in air raids by aggression planes on houses in Al-Brkah on the outskirts of Sa'ada city.

In Jawf province, the aggression warplanes launched 11 raids on the districts of Al-Mton, al-Ghael and ALmton.

In Taiz province, the aggression fighter jets waged 68 air raids on Mokha city, Mawza district, and ALamry area, Including dropping a cluster bomb.

In Mareb province, the aggression warplanes carried out 15 raids on several civilian regions, including Serwah and Valley Rabia.

In Hodeidah port city, the aggression launched 36 air strikes on different areas, particularly the port itself, Al-Khokha, Kamaran Island, Bajil and Ras Issa.

In Hajja province, the aggression warplanes launched 66 airstrikes, particularly on Medi port city and Haradh border crossing.

Also in Hajja, a man and a girl were killed and seven others injured in a raid on houses in the Hiran region.
In Dhamar governorate, the aggression fighter jets launched five air strike on Otoma district, killing two children and a citizen and wounding four others.

In Amran province, the aggression warplanes carried out two raids on Stones crusher plant, killing four civilians and wounding six others.


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