SANAA, YEMEN (5:05 A.M.) – The Saudi Coalition launched several airstrikes over northern Yemen on Wednesday night, targeting the densely populated provinces of Sana’a, Sa’ada, and Hajjah.

According to the Yemeni Republican Guard’s official media wing, the Saudi Air Force struck the Yemeni capital at least 6 times tonight, killing and wounding several civilians  in the process.

In addition to the airstrikes over Sana’a city, the Saudi Air Force targeted the Al-Delmi Base north of the capital and the Shahra District.

The Saudi Air Force also destroyed the Wadi Burkan Bridge in Sa’ada city, the Republican Guard added.

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Bravo to Momo bin Salman to have fucked-up the ceasefire US negotiated between Houthis and Hadists! Although, if Momo wants to put the country in the hands of the people and destroy the absolute monarchy, he’s doing very well and if he brings down one of the ugliests regimes on Earth, we’ll just have to applaud him when done! Nevertheless, Yemeni people can do without the Saudis, especially without their bombs and Hadi has lost any legitimacy by fleeing the country…

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This will not benefit Riyadh, and may this only make things worse for them and their allies.