July 20: A Daily Update of the Saudi Crimes Against Yemen


The US-Saudi aggression continued on Saturday to launch raids and bombarding a number of provinces, causing casualties among civilians and great damage to public and private property. Moreover, Saudi-UAE invaders and their mercenaries continued their violations of the cease-fire agreement regarding Hodeidah.

In the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, the director of the Yemeni satellite channel Fayez Dabwan al-Shamiri was killed as a result of the raids launched by the Saudi-American aggression, which targeted media institutions in the capital Sana’a. In addition, the Saudi-American warplanes launched seven raids on the 21 September Park and the Ministry of Information building.

In Sana’a province, the US-UK backed Saudi aggression carried out two raids on Camp Farijah in the district of Arhab. In the coastal province of Hodeidah, the forces of aggression targeted the school of Khawla Bint al-Azur and neighboring houses in the city of Durayhmi using artillery shells.

Furthermore, the forces of aggression used artillery shells in targeting water pumps used by citizens in front of Kilo 16.

The forces of aggression bombed the villages of al-Saffran and the Sheikh compound with more than 41 shells and 22 Katyusha rockets, causing great damage to the property of citizens.

Moreover, the forces of aggression targeted the homes and property of citizens in the 50th Street, Sana’a Street and the airport with more than 30 shells.

In the northern province of Saada, densely populated villages in the Munebah border district were subjected to heavy rocket and artillery fire, causing damage to property.

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