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Roundup: Saudi kills 30 in 235 airstrikes on Yemen in 6 days
[15/March/2017]

By Baseema al-Absi

SANA'A, March 15 (Saba) – At least thirty civilians were killed, Including a woman and two children, and 15 others wounded in 235 airstrikes launched by US-backed Saudi aggression warplanes on several Yemeni provinces over the past six days, officials and residents told Saba.

In Sana'a, the aggression warplanes launched 48 air strikes on Nehm and Arhb districts, Dam Alakran , Manaha area, Guards School and Al-Athrat valley.

The aggression dropped cluster bombs during airstrike on Sanaa.

Four citizens, including a woman, killed in one of the raid on a car in the Nehm district.

Also in Sana'a, the aggression planes hit the entrance of a popular market in Alehima Al-Kharigyya directorate and a regular road linking the capital Sana'a with Hodeida, cutting off the road.

In Sa'ada, the aggression launched 47 airstrikes on several districts, including Dhahir and Ketaf, Bakim, Razih, Al-Saefe Camp, as well as other different areas of Monabbih district.

In Jawf, the aggression warplanes launched five raids on Al-Mton directorate and al-Maslob district.

In Taiz, the aggression fighter jets waged 43 air raids in Mokha city, Mawza distric, kaleed camp, Howzan Mount, Taiz Airport and ALamry area.

In Mareb province, the aggression warplanes carried out 16 raids on several civilian regions, including Serwah, Hareeb, ALKramesh and Heelan Mount.

In Hodeida port city, the aggression launched 32 air strikes on areas, Al-Khokha area and Kamaran Island.
Also in Hodeida, 22 citizens were killed and ten others wounded in a raid from the aggression planes that targeted Al-Khokha market.

In Hajja, the aggression warplanes launched 27 airstrikes, targeting Medi port city and Haradh border crossing.

Also in Hajja, a woman and two children were Killed and another child was wounded in an air raid targeted the home of a citizen in Almzraq area of Harad district.

In Dhamar governorate, the aggression fighter jets launched two air strikes on Otoma district.

In Amran province, the aggression warplanes carried out two raids on Al-Mrha Mountain.

In Mahaweet, the aggression fighter jets waged two raids targeting a bridge in Bani Saad area that killed one citizen.


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UPDATED ON : Sat, 21 Apr 2018 12:13:18 +0300