At least one person was killed and three others were wounded in airstrikes launched by Saudi-led aggression warplanes on Sana’a, a security official said on Thursday.
The official explained that the Saudi-led aggression warplanes bombed a drug store in the Sawan area east of the capital Sana’a with four airstrikes, killing one and wounding three others.
The aircraft furthermore launched four airstrikes on the headquarters of the Public Electricity and Rural Water Corporation in al-Thawra district, and other airstrikes on the Department of Works in Shaoub district, the official added.
According to the official, an airstrike was waged on Bani al-Harith district in Sana’a province.
Meanwhile, aggression aircraft launched two more airstrikes on al-Dhaher district in Saada province, northern Yemen.