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Report: 4 civilians killed in 33 Saudi-led airstrikes, ground attacks on Yemen over 24 hours

SANAA, May 13, (Saba) – Four civilians were killed and a woman was injured when the US-backed Saudi-led coalition aggression Launched 33 airstrikes and ground attacks, over 90 rockets and shells, on several areas of Yemen’s provinces over the past 24 hours, according to reports combined by Saba News Agency on Sunday. • In Saada province, a civilian was killed by the fire of Saudi border guards in Monabeh district, while a woman was injured by burns when her home was burned in missile and artillery shelling targeted Razih district.
Aggression warplanes target ship laden with wheat destined for Salib port

SANAA, May 11 (Saba) - The Saudi-led aggression coalition warplane on Thursday targeted a ship, laden with 49 thousand and 770 tons of wheat was heading to the port of Salif in Hodeidah province, the Ministry of Transport said in a statement received by Saba News Agency on Friday.
2 children, 4 civilians killed in 2 Saudi-led airstrikes on Sanaa

SANAA, May 10 (Saba) – Six civilians were killed, including children, and other six injures in an initial toll on Thursday in two Saudi-led aggression airstrikes on Sanaa province, an official told Saba News Agency. The two airstrikes targeted a civilian’s home in Azraqen area of Hamdan district.
Report: 26 Airstrikes targeted three provinces

PROVINCES, May 9 (Saba) – US-backed Saudi-led coalition warplane launched 26 airstrikes on the provinces of Saada, Taiz and Marib, while a missile and artillery shelling targeted several border areas over the past 24 hours, a military official told Saba on Wednesday. An airstrike were waged on a citizen's car of Alaf area in Sahar district, and destroyed with another airstrike a house and commercial shop at Liah area in al-Dhaher district, said the official.
Update: Casualties from Saudi airstrikes’ crime on capital Sanaa rise to 96

SANAA, May 7 (Saba) - The toll of deaths and injured civilians from Monday US-Saudi aggression coalition airstrikes on the Office of the Presidency in Tahrir district of the capital Sanaa has increased to 96, an official and medics told Saba.
Republican Hospital launches distress call to donate blood to save injured

SANAA, May 7 (Saba) - The Republican Educational Hospital in capital Sanaa on Monday launched a distress call to donate blood to save the injured from the two air raids launched by the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition on the Presidency Office of Republic.
Two Saudi airstrikes on Office of President of Republic

SANAA, May 7 (Saba) – Dozens of Yemeni civilians were killed and injured when US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition warplane waged two airstrikes on capital Sanaa, a security official told Saba on Monday.
Two citizens killed in Saudi air strike on Hodiedah

HODEIDAH, May 6 (Saba) – The US-backed Saudi aggression warplanes killed a citizen in Hodiedah, an official told Saba on Sunday. The strikes hit al-Jarahi and Mahali districts, killing two citizens.
6 members of family killed in Saudi air strikes on Saada

SAADA, May 5 (SABA) – Five citizens were killed, including women and children in two US-Saudi air strikes on Baqim district of Hodiedah province, an official told Saba.
Civilian killed, 3 injured in Saada

SAADA, May 4 (Saba) – A civilian was killed and three others were injured, a father and his two children, when Saudi-led coalition aggression on Friday waged military operation on Saada province, a security official told Saba. The civilian was killed by the fire of Saudi border guards in Shada border district, said the official.
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