Roundup: 309 Airstrikes Hit Yemen in Five Days
February 15 / Yamanyoon
At least twenty-one civilians have been killed, including three children, and dozens wounded in 309 airstrikes launched by the warplanes of the US-backed Saudi aggression on several Yemeni governorates over the past five days, officials and residents told Yamanyoon.
In Sana’a governorate, the hostile warplanes launched ten airstrikes on Nehm district and six raids on Belad Alroos area.
In Sa’ada governorate, the aggression launched 33 airstrikes on several districts, targeting civilians and their properties. Eight civilians, including three children, were killed in an airstrike on Haidan district of Sa’ada.
In addition, three children were killed in Sa’ada in an airstrike on Husama residential area in Dhahir district.
Moreover in Sa’ada, the air strikes targeted telecommunication networks.
In Jawf governorate, the aggression warplanes launched two raids on Milhan district and Al-Maslob district.
In Taiz governorate, the aggression fighter jets waged 68 air raids on large swaths of residential areas, particularly in Mokha coastal city. In Mokha, a ten-member family, mostly children, were killed in one of the airstrikes.
Furthermore in Taiz, the airstrikes targeted telecommunication networks.
In Marib governorate, the aggression warplanes carried out 38 raids on several civilian regions, leading to the damaging of a large-scale of farms.
In Hodeidah port city, the aggression launched 48 airstrikes on different areas, particularly the port itself, hindering food and medical import supplies.
In Hajja governorate, US-backed Saudi warplanes launched 102 airstrikes, particularly on Medi port city and the