Report: 3 civilians killed, 4 injured in Saudi-led airstrikes on several Yemeni provinces
SANAA, March 21 (YPA) – At least three civilians were killed and four others wounded in airstrikes waged by Saudi-led coalition’s warplanes on Yemeni provinces of Sanaa, Saada and Hodeida on Wednesday, a security official told Yemen Press Agency.
A Saudi-led airstrike hit a car belonging to a resident in Maswra area of Sanaa province, killing two people and wounding three others.
In Saada province, a resident of Al-Sheikh area in the district of Monabih was shot dead by Saudi border guards.
Another civilian were seriously injured in the district of Haidan in a blast of a cluster bomb dropped earlier by the coalition fighter jets.
Three airstrikes destroyed two houses of citizens in Al-Sheikh area, while three other airstrikes hit Takhiah area of Majz district.
The coalition fighter jets waged two raids on Fard and Atifin areas, and four others on Kahlan camp in the same province.
The border district of Razih was bombarded by Saudi army artillery shells and rockets, which left large damage to citizens’ prosperity.
In Hodieda, two Saudi-led airstrikes hit a citizen’s farm in Jarahi district.