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2 Saudi-led airstrikes hit Amran

AMRAN, June 5 (Saba) – Warplanes of the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition on Tuesday launched two strikes on Amran province, an official told Saba News Agency. The airstrikes hit Ashmiah area of Harf-Sufian district, added the official.
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Aggression warplanes wage 11 strikes on Saada

SAADA, June 5 (Saba) – The US-backed Saudi-led coalition aggression launched on Tuesday 11 airstrikes on Saada province, an official told Saba News Agency. The air strikes targeted Atfain area of Kutaf district, added the official.
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Three Saudi-led coalition airstrikes hit Sanaa

SANAA, May 29 (Saba) – Saudi-led coalition fighter jets waged on Tuesday three air attacks on Sanhan district of Sanaa province, an official told Saba.
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Report: 41 killed, injured in different provinces in a day

Provinces, May 27 (Saba) – The US-backed Saudi aggression coalition 41 killed and injured in many different provinces during 24 hours, a military official told Saba on Sunday. In the capital Sanaa, the Saudi enemy fired a missile on oil company station, which led to eleven wounded and four citizen killed.
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4 civilians killed, 11 injured in 2 airstrikes on Yemen’s Oil company building in Sanaa

SANAA, May 26 (Saba) – Four civilians, including a woman, were killed and 11 injured, including children, in an initial toll of two US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition airstrikes which hit Saturday the capital Sanaa, an official told Saba News Agency. The airstrikes targeted the Oil company building in southern Steen Street.
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Saudi-led air strike targets Hodiedah

HODIEDAH, May 24 (Saba) – Saudi-led aggression coalition fighter jets waged a strike on Hodiedah province on Thursday, an official told Saba. The strike hit al-Hali district.
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6 civilians killed in Saudi-led airstrike targets Hodiedah

HODIEDAH, May 23 (Saba) – At least six civilians were killed, three were injured and others missed when the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition launched on Wednesday an airstrike on Hodiedah province, an official told Saba News Agency. The air strike targeted a Mango farm in Meyah area of Bait-Faqih district.
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Report: 12 Saudi-led airstrikes, ground attacks target Yemen over 24 hours

SANAA, May 21 (Saba) – The US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition warplanes launched 12 airstrikes, missile and artillery attacks targeted several districts of Yemen’s provinces over Sunday, according to reports combined by Saba News Agency on Monday. In Saada province, the warplanes of aggression launched two strikes on Mahather area of Sehar district.
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4 Saudi-led airstrikes hit Taiz

May 20 (Saba) – Warplanes of the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition on Sunday launched four strikes on Taiz province, an official told Saba.. The airstrikes hit Moaze’a district, said the official. Sameera Hassn
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18 Saudi-led airstrikes waged on Hajjah

HAJJAH, May 18 (Saba) – The US-backed Saudi-led coalition warplanes on Friday launched 18 strikes on Hajjah province, a security official told Saba News Agency. The airstrikes were waged on Haradh and Medi district during the past few hours, said the official.
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Opinion: We cannot wait another 1,000 days to help Yemen

Today marks the 1,000-day anniversary of the beginning of the war in Yemen. We Yemenis have lived with this war for over two and a half years. For 1,000 days — day in, day out — we have woken up and gone to bed with the terrifying reality of airstrikes, ground-fighting, and hunger. But this is not the worst of our pain. Our real source of pain is knowing that all of this could have been prevented, with one simple, life-saving decision — to support peacebuilders. In fact, a concerted effort by the international community to invest in local peacebuilders would not only help stop the violence and bloodshed, but would also stabilize our country and alleviate horrific human suffering in the long term.
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