The Saudi Royal Air Force has conducted another series of vicious airstrikes above the civilian neighborhoods of Saada in Yemen’s northern countryside.

According to preliminary reports from northern Yemen, the Saudi airstrikes have killed over 30 civilians in Saada, including several women and children after a number of indiscriminate bombs struck a densely populated neighborhood that had no Houthis presence.

The people of Saada have suffered immensely as a result of the Saudi Air Force’s merciless aerial campaign, which is allegedly supposed to target the Houthis and the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard.

A temporary ceasefire is reportedly in the works; however, it is unlikely to last very long because the Saudi-led Coalition Forces and their allies in southern Yemen rarely honor any-sort of disengagement agreement.

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