Two civilians (including a child) were killed and another injured in more than 19 Saudi American airstrikes and ground attacks on Yemeni governorates over the last 24 hours, according to summarized reports.
In the northern governorate of Saada, the child, Yahya Moaidh, lost his life due to wounds sustained in Saudi airstrikes which targeted his house on Teshdan area of Ghamer district, while another civilian was killed and another injured by the fire of Saudi border guards in Raqw area of Munabeh bordering district.
To continue with Saada, the US-backed coalition warplanes launched two strikes on Bani-Moath area of Sehar district, an airstrike on a civilian’s house in Baqem district, and another airstrike struck Baqea area of Kutaf district.
Meanwhile, artillery and missile force of the Saudi forces shelled several areas of Munabeh and Shadda border districts, resulting in heavy damage to civilians’ houses and properties.
In Dhamar governorate, some 130 Km south of capital Sana’a, three airstrikes rocked the stadium sports in Dhamar city, leading to the destruction of its stands and sports clubs.
Moreover, two air raids were carried out on the Central Security Forces camp in the customs neighborhood, causing severe damage to the houses of the neighboring citizens.
The Saudi-led coalition also waged two raids on a military police camp in Dhamar-alGarn, while three other airstrikes hit the Industrial Technical Institute in Thi-sehr area of Ans district, resulting in the demolition of workshops, laboratories and halls of the Institute.
In addition, the fighter jets launched five airstrikes on Samh camp of Ans district.
In central Taiz governorate, the warplanes waged a strike targeting south of Khaled camp of Moazea district.
In the bordering governorate of Jizan, Apache helicopters waged a number of rockets on Khafaqa site.