Sana’a (YE) – The warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition conducted at least 34 airstrikes over the past 24 hours, killing six civilians and wounding three others, local officials told YemenExtra on Tuesday.
In the Red Sea port city of Hudayda, 4 civilians were killed when the coalition warplanes launched an air raid targeting an onion farm in Khokha district.
To continue with Hudayda, two civilians were killed and three wounded in an airstrike which targeted a resident’s farms in Dafshah area of Jerahi district.
In the northern governorate of Saada, the fighter jets waged three strikes on Advain area of Kutaf district, two strikes targeted the main road toward Maran area in Haidain district, while an additional raid hit Sabah area of Dhaher district.
In Bagem district of Saada, four airstrikes struck Thuaban area, while two others rocked Mandabah area.
A warplane affiliated with the Saudi-led coalition also waged a raid on Ahma area of Sehar district, Saada Governorate.
Meanwhile, the Saudi artillery and missile forces shelled Ghor area of Ghamer district, in addition to several areas of Munabeh bordering district in Saada.
In the central governorate of Marib, three airstrikes struck Bohra mountain of Serwah district.
In Amran governorate, about 50 km north of the capital Sana’a, the Saudi warplanes waged 12 airstrikes on several areas of Harf-Sofian district.
In Lahj governorate, the coalition warplanes launched two strikes on eastern Kahbub district.
In the bordering governorate of Najran, the fighter jets waged an airstrike on Makhroq site.
In Jizan bordering governorate, the US-backed Saudi fighter jets waged a strike on Jarah valley.
This post originally ran on YemenExtra and was republished here with permission.