Saudi Aggression Launched 54 Raids in the Last 24 Hours


The aggression forces  escalated its violations of the ceasefire agreement in Hodeidah province, and the Saudi-led warplanes have intensified  its airstrikes and launched 54 strikes on five provinces in the last 24 hours.

A military official said to SABA  that the violations of the aggression forces amounted to 94, including the flight of two warplanes in the skies of Hays and two spy planes in the skies of 50th St. 26 rocket and artillery shelling, and 64 violations with various gunshots were fired.

The aggression forces shelled artillery and machine guns at al-Dhabyani neighborhood on July 7th residential area and 50th St.

in Hodeidah city, the airport and al-Shajn village, on the outskirts of the besieged city of al-Duraihemi, were also bombed by the aggression forces with a number of artillery shells, the official added.

He stated that the aggression forces detonated two citizens’ houses in the village of al-Marzqah in al-Jah area in the Bait al-Faqih district in Hodeidah, and bombed more than 13 Katyusha rockets and an artillery shell on citizens’ houses in the middle of al-Jah.

A child was killed  as a result of wounds sustained last week due to a Saudi missile strike on the border area of Sheda in Sa’ada province, and the warplanes launched a strike in Ketaf district of the same province.

The official reported that the aggression launched five raids on the city of Haradh and Al-Mazraq area of Hajjah province, and 20 raids on Radman and Natea and Qania districts in Bayda province.

He said that the Saudi-led warplanes waged 26 strikes on the district of Majzar in Marib province, and two raids on the district of Khab Washaaf in Jawf province.