The Saudi Royal Air Force has struck again inside the historical Yemeni city of Saada, targeting the civilian population with a barrage of indiscriminate airstrikes for backing the Houthis and the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard forces against the exiled government of ‘Abd-Rubbah Mansour Hadi.

According to local reports inside of Saada, the Saudi Air Force carried out several airstrikes over the Old City and market area, killing over 20 civilians and destroying a number of buildings in the process.

Among the Saudi Air Force’s targets were the Historical Walls of Saada, the Saada medical facility, and several residential neighborhoods that possessed no Houthis presence at the time of the airstrikes.

The Saudi Air Force has once again been accused of using the internationally banned cluster bombs against the civilian population of Yemen.

Several images were taken by the Saada locals that show the remains of the cluster bombs used by the Saudi Air Force; this marks another war crime committed by the Al-Saud regime in Riyadh.

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Gunilla H C Hellberg
Gunilla H C Hellberg
2016-01-19 06:58

Outrageous that they use cluster bombs