Five citizens targeted by the Saudi-led forces fire


Five citizens were injured by fire and raids of the aggression forces and those involved in treason in Hodeidah and Sa’ada provinces during the past 24 hours.

A security source in Sa’ada explained that a citizen was killed in the border district of Razih, the Saudi-led forces also targeted Mawthabah village in ​​the same district, which resulted in the death of a citizen and the wounding of two others.

The source added that the brutal Saudi-led aggression warplanes launched three raids on the Al-Azhar area of ​​the same border district, Razih.

In Al-Hodeidah province, violations of the aggression forces continued to violate the ceasefire agreement, according to a security source said that the aggression forces carried out a failed infiltration attempt south of the city of Al-Tuhaita, which was accompanied by intensive shelling with various machine guns.

The source pointed out that the forces of aggression bombed 16 mortar shells on Beit al-Faqih district, as well as many bombed mortars on separate areas of the city of Hodeidah.

The source condemned the continuation of the brutal US-Saudi aggression is targeting citizens and committing the most heinous massacres against the Yemeni people in light of shameful international collusion.

In a new reading, Human Eye Center for Rights and Development (CEHURD), an independent civil society organization that publishes periodic reports on civilian casualties and civilian infrastructure, issued a statistical report on the scale of civilian casualties suffered in Yemen for nearly five years by US-Saudi aggression.

The Center confirmed that 42,135 civilians were killed and wounded as a result of the direct shelling of the aggression coalition, especially the airstrikes that exceeded half a million raids and 2689 women. According to the report, killing and injuring children by direct shelling accounted for more than 25% of the total number of civilian victims.


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