The Saudi-led coalition’s fighter jets launched on Sunday 52 airstrikes on a number of Yemeni provinces, a security source in Sana’a government said.
The source declared that the coalition’s warplanes waged 31 raids on Al-Wadi, Al-Jouba and Harib districts of Marib province, while eight airstrikes hit Ayn district of Shabwa province and seven ones targeted Al-Sawma’h district of Bayda province.
In Jawf, two air raids hit Khab Washa’f district and two others targeted Maqbna district of Taiz province.
In addition, the aircrafts attacked Al-Jarrahi district of Hodeida province one time and launched another raid on Haradh district of Hajjah province.
on Saturday, Saudi warplanes launched 42 raids on Marib and Shabwa provinces, according to security official in Sana’a.
The official added the coalition’s warplanes launched 12 raids on Harib district and hit al-Joba district in Marib with nine raids.
He said the coalition’s fighter jets launched five raids on al-Wadi district in Marib, causing great damage to citizens’ properties.
The official indicated the warplanes targeted Aqabat al-Qandha’ in Baihan district of Shabwa with 16 raids.