BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:15 A.M.) – Footage released by the Ansar Allah Media Centre on Saturday shows the remains of a bus which was reportedly hit by deadly Saudi-led airstrikes in the town of Jabal Rass in Yemen’s Hodeidah Province.

Medics and the Houthi Minister of Health said that 17 died when airstrikes hit a Houthi checkpoint while a bus was passing through.

At least another 20 are reported wounded, with some in critical condition.

Eyewitnesses told local media that the strikes hit traffic, including a bus that was completely destroyed, killing all inside, adding that women and children were among the dead.

RUPTLY requested a comment from the Saudi Centre for International Communication, however, no reply has so far been received.


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The Saudis can’t win against the Houthis dispite having the support of the US, UAE, and other puppets, so they try to attack soft targets… MbS said he cared about the Yemenis yet the puppets have targeted/endangered more civilians than Houthis.