The Saudi-led coalition resumed its targeting to residential areas and Yemen’s infrastructure on Sunday in various provinces, leaving 29 killed and wounded in a single day, including women and children; in addition to material damage of property.
In Amran governorate, 24 civilians, including 8 people from one family, mostly children and women, were killed and some were wounded.
Coalition warplanes targeted the security department of Amran province with four raids while it launched 2 airstrikes on the headquarters building of Communications, which led to a huge fire and destruction.
In the province of Saada, a child was killed after an aerial raid launched by the Saudi aggression in the area of Talan in the district of Haidan; in addition, it launched three raids on the areas of al-Nahawa and Talan in the aforementioned district and a series of raids on the district of Zaher.
A child was injured and livestock animals were killed by an aerial attack on al-Ali area in the border district of Razih. Additionally, coalition jets launched 16 airstrikes on al-Azhour area while another raid targeted al-Qad area in Razih border district.
Moreover, residential areas within the district of Razih were shelled by more than 100 Saudi rockets and artillery shells, causing the injury of two citizens. Meanwhile, border districts of Shada and Munebah were subjected to heavy rocket and artillery attacks, causing material damage to the houses and property of citizens.
Coalition military aircrafts carried out more than three aerial raids on al-Azghul area in Sahar district, two raids on the Farwa area, four raids on Al-Mahathir area in the aforementioned district, and an aerial attack on al-Jawabi area.
In Hodeidah governorate, two citizens were killed and another injured after two aerial Saudi raids targeted a civilian’s house in the Nakhilah area in the district of Drehmi. It also launched two raids on the district of Al-Mughars in the district of Tahita.
In Marib governorate, the Saudi-led coalition targeted a car belonging to a citizen in the district of Sarawah.