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Report:49 Saudi air raids, 42 killed , wounded over the day

PROVINCES, Apr. 25 (Saba) – The US-Saudi aggression warplanes launched Forty-nine missiles on Five Yemeni' provinces over the 24 hours ago ,which caused twelve citizens were killed and thirty citizens injured in both provinces Sadaa and Hajjah, a military official told Saba on Wednesday.
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31killed، injured by a raid on Petrol station in Hajjah

HAJJAH, Apr. 24 (Saba) – Eighteen killed and Thirteen wounded in the early morning on Monday when US-Saudi aggression warplanes target a raid on petrol station in Abis district in Hajja province, a local sours told Saba. Amal B saba
 
Martyrdom Alsamat by Saudi aggression raid in Hodeidah

SANAA, Apr. 23 (Saba) - The President of the Supreme Political Council Saleh al-Samad was killed on Thursday 19 .Apr. by US-Saudi aggression warplane on Hodeidah when he in a national mission, announcement issued by the Supreme Political Council on Monday to Saba news agency.
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2Saudi warplanes wage a wedding,50 kills in Hajjah

HAJJAH, Apr.23 (Saba) – The US-Saudi aggression warplanes launched two missiles on a citizen house when there were several women and children in the wedding in his house, a local source told saba on Monday. The hit launched on al-Raqa district in Hajjah province , inflicting heavy casualties among them women and children.
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Aggression airstrikes killed at least 20 civilians in Taiz

[20/April/2018] TAIZ, Apr 20 (Saba) – At least 20 civilians were killed and others were injured in US-backed Saudi-led aggression airstrikes on Taiz province, a security official told Saba on Friday. Aggression warplane targeted with several airstrikes on a car carrying citizens in al- Areesh region at Mawza district, resulting in the death of 20 citizens and wounding others, said the official.
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5 Civilians martyrdom in aggression airstrikes in Saada

[20/April/2018] SAADA, Apr 20 (Saba) - Five civilians were killed and others were injured in US-backed Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on Haidan district in Saada province, a local official told Saba on Friday. The operation took place on Maran area in Hidan district, said the official.
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Report: woman wounded, citizen' homes destroys, 29 Saudi aggression airstrikes, ground attacks over

SANAA, Apr. 18 (Saba) – A woman was injured , and many citizens' houses were damaged when the US-Saudi aggression warplanes launched 29 airstrikes and ground attacks on several provinces and Jizan border during the day , according to military reports combined by Saba in Wednesday . In Sadaa province. A woman was injured and civilians’ homes were damaged in missile and artillery shelling in several areas of Razeh district.
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US-Saudi warplanes wages airstrikes on Saada

SAADA, April 17 (Saba) – The US-backed Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched airstrikes on the province of Saada, a security official told Saba on Tuesday. The aggression warplane launched 12 strikes on al-Farea , al-Sawh areas and Abu-Jubara valley in Kataf district.
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6 civilians killed in Saudi airstrike in Hodeidah

HODEIDAH, April 17 (Saba) – At least 6 citizens were killed when the Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit Hodeidah province, an official told Saba on Tuesday. The airstrike targeted a home in al-Haed area in Hais district, the official said.
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11 Saudi-led airstrikes hit Hajjah province

HAJJAH, April 17 (Saba) – US-backed, Saudi-led aggression coalition’s warplanes waged 11 airstrikes on Hajjah province, a local official told Saba on Tuesday. The hostile air raids targeted Harad and Medi districts. Mona M Saba
 
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