On Wednesday in the Hajjah Governorate of Yemen, the Saudi Royal Air Force carried out one of its most ruthless series of airstrikes over the densely populated Mustaba District, killing 107 civilians and wounding 50 others.

The aftermath of these horrible airstrikes left the Hajjah Market immersed in blood and human body parts.

These airstrikes on Tuesday rival the Saudi Air Force’s brutality during their first assault on the provincial capital of the Saada Governorate.

The Saudi Air Force has been carrying out several indiscriminate airstrikes in Yemen, attempting to disguise them as “military targets”.

The Saudi regime has not commented on this recent massacre yet.

Disclaimer: Al-Masdar News advises that readers please be aware of the graphic images in this report before clicking on the link

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