SANA’A, YEMEN (2:40 A.M.) – Heavy airstrikes by the Saudi led coalition ripped through the yemenite capital Sana’a throughout yesterday night. The strikes mainly focused on the Presidential Palace and it’s surrounding, of which the coalition had claimed to have gained control a few days ago.

The series of more than 6 consecutive bombardments conducted by Saudi Arabia’s Airforce lasted for several hours and in addition to the Presidential Palace also targeted Al Nahdeen mountain adjacent to the building complex. The area located in the capital’s southern neighborhoods is a frequent target of Saudi airraids.

Henri Feyerabend | AMN
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2017-06-08 12:58

I feel that some customised Scuds will soon fall on Salman’s palace, I don’t know why.