3 Yemenis were killed as a result of raids launched by the Saudi regime's aircraft this evening on the city of Hodeidah, western Yemen.
The Yemeni Al Masirah channel stated that the Saudi warplanes bombed the communications building in the city of Hodeidah, killing 3 Yemenis and wounding 17 others, while ambulance crews continued to search for survivors under the rubble of the building.
The channel quoted local sources as saying that the majority of the martyrs and wounded were children, indicating that the flight of the aggression was hindering the removal of the victims from under the rubble of the three-storey building.
In Amran Governorate, three Yemenis were injured as a result of two raids by the Saudi regime's aircraft that targeted two cars in the Sufyan district.
Earlier today, the Saudi regime aircraft launched dozens of raids on a number of Yemeni governorates, targeting residential neighborhoods and infrastructure sites.