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Saudi aggression continues to target Yemeni governorates and civilian death in Saada


SANAA, (SANA) - Saudi aggression continued to target various areas in Hodeidah province in a new violation of the ceasefire agreement


The Saudi aggression continued targeting different areas in Hodeidah governorate in a new violation of the ceasefire agreement and launching a series of raids and rocket and artillery shelling in Saada and Hajjah governorates, which led to the death of a Yemeni citizen during the past 24 hours.

A security source told Yemen News Agency (Saba) today that the forces of artillery shelled with artillery shells and a variety of weapons in the villages of Melkid in the mountainous area of ​​Al-Tahita and Al-Qurashiya district in the Directorate of Hays.

The source pointed out that the forces of aggression bombed the village of Zaafaran, "Kilo 16" in the Duraimi Directorate amid the overflights of spy planes, confirming the death of a Yemeni from Shaaban district Razih border in the province of Saada by mercenaries fire Saudi aggression.

The source pointed out that the war of aggression launched dozens of raids on the districts of Al-Zaher, Baqam and Haradh and threw a cluster bomb on Mshaar area of ​​Mustaba district in Hajjah province.

Two Yemenis were martyred last Tuesday by artillery shelling and raids by Saudi aggression in Hodeidah in a continuous violation of the ceasefire agreement in the province.

In addition, Yemeni air defenses of the army and the Popular Committees shot down a drone of the Saudi aggression coalition in Asir of the type of Eagle residents who were carrying out espionage hostilities.

The Yemeni air defenses last night shot down a fighter reconnaissance aircraft of the forces of Saudi aggression in the area of ​​Ras Isa in Hodeidah province.

Source: sena

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