The Saudi-led coalition’s warplanes launched on Saturday 48 airstrikes on various areas in Shabwa province, a security source in Sana’a said.
The source declared that 27 raids hit Bayhan district, 16 ones attacked Ayin district and five others targeted Hareeb district.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes have on Friday launched about 68 airstrikes targeting several areas in four Yemeni provinces, security sources said.
According to the sources, the coalition’s warplanes launched 45 airstrikes on the districts of Bayhan, Usaylan and Ain of Shabwah province.
In Marib, the Saudi fighter jets attacked al-Balaq area in the Wadi district with 16 airstrikes, while the districts of Sirwah and al-Jubah were targeted with three airstrikes.
In Jawf, the warplanes waged two airstrikes on al-Mazareeq area in Khub Washaef district and two others hit citizens’ farms in al-Jarr area in Abbs district of Hajjah Province.
On Thursday, Saudi coalition launched 70 raids on Shabwa and Marib provinces.
A security official told the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that 50 airstrikes targeted the districts of Bihan and Usaylan in Shabwa province, causing severe damage to the citizens’ houses, farms and properties.
The coalition fighter jets also waged 15 raids on Al-Balaq area in Al-Wadi district and 5 raids on Al-Juba district in Marib province, the official added.