Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched two air raids on the Yemeni capital of Sana’a on Saturday, a security official said.
The official explained that the coalition’s warplanes launched two raids on the vicinity of Sana’a International Airport, indicating that the targeted area is inhabited by civilians.
Early on Saturday, The Saudi-led coalition’s fighter jets launched 25 airstrikes on districts of Hajjah, Jawf and Ma’rib provinces, security sources told Yemen Press Agency.
These sources reported that coalition warplanes waged 16 raids on Haradh district and four on Hairan district of Hajjah province, while one airstrike hit Al-Jubah district in Ma’rib province.
In Jawf, the sources affirmed that the aircraft attacked Khub Washa’af district three times, while one raid hit the Al-Labanat area of Al-Hazm district.