The Saudi Air Forcs launched a series over airstrikes over the Yemeni capital of Sanaa on Tuesday, killing over 25 people after a bomb hit the Coca Cola Factory near a residential district.

According to ground activists, the Saudi Air Force deliberately targeted the densely populated areas of Sanaa, destroying a number of residential apartment buildings in response to the Yemeni Army and the Houthis’ advance in southern Saudi Arabia.

Saudi military spokesperson reported that the Air Force only struck enemy targets; however, the Houthis and the Republican Guard suffered little casualties compared to the civilians living in the Yemeni capital.

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