Report: An Update of the Saudi Crimes in Yemen (July.27.2018)


The Saudi-led coalition continued on Friday on launching raids bombarding various Yemeni provinces and regions, leaving killed and wounded among civilians in addition to substantial material damage.

In al-Hodeidah, one citizen was killed and three others were injured by a cluster bomb explosion in Zabid district. In addition, Saudi warplanes destroyed by two aerial missiles al-Awadi Plastic Factory in the district of Kilo-16 in the district of al-Hali.

Moreover, Saudi barrages coming from coalition battleships targeted an anchorage fishing center in the city and targeted Hodeidah Radio station, while it destroyed a water project in the city, which caused the interruption of water supplies to the people inside the city of Hodeidah.

Also in Hodeidah, the Saudi-led jets carried out 6 raids on Zaidiyah district and three raids on the district of Zabid and launched 5 raids on citizens’ farms in al-Manqam village within al-Drehemi district.

In Saada province, northern the country, the Saudi jets launched four raids on al-Azqul area, two at al-‘Alaf area and two at al-Thariyeh area in the district of Souhar. Moreover, Four raids were carried out on al-Zaher district, a raid on Qara area in Majz district and an air raid on al-Baouq in the district of Kattaf.

Residential areas within the bordering districts of Razih, Shada, Baqem were exposed to barrages of artillery and rocket shells that caused extensive damage to property and farms.

In the province of Amran, the Saudi-led jets carried out 7 raids on al-Shuaiba area at Thiebein district.

In Hajjah governorate, the Saudi aggression aircraft launched 7 raids on various places in the al-Mazraq in the bordering district of Haradh.

In al-Jawf province, the coalition aircraft launched a raid on the district of al-Masloob, causing the death of a number of livestock animals.

In Jizan, a southern Saudi province, Saudi warplanes jets launched a raid on Mount Tawilq.

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