SANAA, March 13 (YPA) – Saudi-led coalition fighter jets waged 38 strikes on several Yemeni provinces over the past hours, causing heavy damage to citizens’ properties, a local official told Yemen Press Agency on Tuesday.
In capital Sanaa, the fighter jets waged on Tuesday three strikes on al-Arah area in southern international Sanaa airport.
In Jawf, the warplanes launched nine strikes upon various area of al-Maslub and Khab Washaf districts.
in Dhamar, the combat jets hit the building of police institution two times.
In Taiz, coalition air forces waged two air raids al-Wazaih district’s Junction.
Earlier, in Saada, the warplanes waged on Monday five air attacks on several districts of Razih, Majz and Kutaf.
In Hodeida, three air strikes waged by the coalition on Zabid, al-Jarahi districts.
In Hajjah, the fighter jets hit Medi and Harad districts six times.
In Marib, the warplanes waged four strikes on Serwah district.
In Lahj, a coalition airstrike hit Kahbob area.