Saudi warplanes continue to bomb Yemen with banned munitions

Saudi warplanes continue to bomb Yemen with banned munitions
Speaking at a press conference in the capital city of Sana’a on Monday, Brigadier General Yahya Saree stated that the Saudi-led military alliance has carried out 350 air raids across Yemen, notably in the mountainous northwestern province of Sa’ada and the western coastal province of Hudaydah, over the past ten days.
He added that the assaults have resulted in the death and injury of dozens of civilians, and destroyed a number of houses – especially in the province of Hudaydah.
Saree further noted that the Saudi-led airstrikes have focused on the eastern and southern neighborhoods of Hudaydah city, causing considerable damage to factories and warehouses.
The senior Yemeni military official went on to say that the Saudi Arabia and its allies continue to target citizens with cluster bombs and internationally-banned arms in the northern province of Sa’ada and Hajjah, leaving 1,124 people dead and 1,665 others wounded.
Saree pointed out that most of the victims are children, and that most of the cluster bombs are made in American.
He said Yemeni army soldiers and allied fighters from Popular Committees have managed to thwart more than 50 border incursions over the past 10 days.
Later on Monday, four civilians lost their lives and nine others sustained injuries when Saudi-led warplanes targeted a vehicle as it was travelling along a road in the Rabaq area of Kitaf wa al-Boqe'e district in Sa’ada province.


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