Two Yemeni children killed by leftover Saudi explosives in Bayda

Two Yemeni children killed by leftover Saudi explosives in Bayda

Two children were killed as a result of the explosion of a projectile left behind by Saudi-led coalition forces in Al-Zahir district of Bayda province on Monday.

According to the district police, the two children, Ali Abdulrab Al-Babki, 15, and Farhan Abdo Al-Babki, 7, were killed by a shell left by defeated Takfiri groups while grazing livestock in Al-Mardam village in the district.

The police have reiterated their warning to citizens to exercise caution, avoid touching any remnants of the coalition war, and report them promptly.

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