BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – The Saudi-led Arab Coalition launched a series of raids on several locations in northern Yemen on Wednesday, targeting areas under the control of the Ansarallah forces.
According to the Saba News Agency in Sana’a, the coalition aircraft “launched 32 raids on the Khub and Al-Sha’af districts in eastern Al-Jawf” noting that the raids damaged the property of citizens.
In addition to airstrikes on Al-Jawf, the Saudi-led Coalition also conducted attacks on the neighboring governorates, hitting sites belonging to the Ansarallah forces near Yemen’s northern border.
The Ansarallah forces accused the Saudi Army of launching intense missile and artillery attacks on the densely-populated villages in the Sa’ada Governorate.
The Ansarallah-aligned Al-Masirah TV said the Saudi Army fired dozens of rockets and missiles at the homes and properties of citizens in the two districts of Razih and Shada border, west of Saada, which resulted in material damage.
The United Nations has called on all warring parties in Yemen to halt their hostilities and adhere to a ceasefire as the war-torn country combats a potential coronavirus outbreak.