YEMEN Press Agency

One Killed, 11 wounded by Saudi shelling of Saada

SANAA, Nov. 29 (YPA) – At least one citizen was killed and 11 others were wounded, including African migrants when Saudi-led coalition launched bombardments on several border districts in Saada province, northern Yemen, a security official said on Monday.

The official explained that the Saudi army bombed the highway in the border directorate of Shada with artillery shells, killing one citizen and wounding two others.

Meanwhile, three Yemeni citizens and five African migrants were injured by Saudi army fire in al-Raqaw area in the the border directorate of Monabbih.

Saada’s border districts are daily subjected to constant rocketry and artillery bombing, causing casualties and large damage to citizens’ homes and property.