A Civilian was killed and five others were injured on Wednesday in Saudi artillery attack on Saada province, a security official in Sana’a government said.
The Saudi border guards’ artillery fired towards Al-Raqq area in Munabah border district.
The official pointed out that the crime coincided also with missile and artillery attack on separate residential areas of Razih border district in the same province, causing heavy damage to homes and property of citizens.
The border residential areas of Saada province were bombarded on Wednesday by Saudi missiles, according to the security official.
The source affirmed that Saudi army launched missile and artillery bombing at separate residential areas in border Razih district, causing heavy damage to citizens’ homes and property.
On Tuesday, Four citizens, including an African immigrant, were killed and wounded by Saudi border guards’ fire, in Saada province, while forces loyal to the coalition continued to commit violations of the ceasefire agreement in Hodeida.
A security source explained that a citizen was killed and an African immigrant was wounded by Saudi army fire in Munabeh district. While two citizens were seriously injured in Al-ASheikh area in the same district, due to rocket-propelled grenades and artillery bombing.
Another security source indicated that the coalition warplanes launched “16 air raids on Serwah district, seven air raids on Mudaghl and Majzar districts in Marib province, six air raids on Kitaf district in Saada province, and four air raids on Taiz airport.”
In Hodeida the coalition forces committed 327 violations among the violations were the creation of new combat fortifications in the Al-Jah area, Among the violations were the 7 raids on the Al-Jabaliya area, and 22 flights of spy aircraft in the airspace of Al-Jah, Al-Faza, Hays, Al-Durayhimi, and Al-Jabaliya areas. Included 50 violations by firing 482 missile and artillery shells, and 247 violations with various machine-gun bullets. Coalition warplanes launched 29 raids on the provinces of Saadah, Marib, Al-Jawf, and Al-Baidha, as well as Taiz, targeting the airport, in an indication to the coalition’s continuation of its war on Yemen, without paying attention to the crimes and collective suffering that left behind.