Child injured by Saudi explosive remnants in Saada

Child injured by Saudi explosive remnants in Saada

A child was injured as a result of an explosion of remnants of bomb left by Saudi-led coalition aggression in Saada province, northern Yemen, a security official said on Thursday.

According to the official, Ten-year-old child Hussein Ali Hassan was injured, as a result of a bomb explosion left over from the aggression in Al-Safra District.

The child was taken to the Republic Hospital in the governorate’s capital, he added.

It is noteworthy that the US-Saudi aggression targeted Saada Governorate with various types of weapons, including forbidden ones.

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