The Saudi-led Coalition several airstrikes over the Yemeni capital on Tuesday, targeting the Sanaa Military Workers Department and a number of civilian neighborhoods, Al-Masirah News this morning.

Saudi warplanes began the day by launching three airstrikes over the Sanaa Military Workers Department, killing and wounding a number of people before they would turn their attention to the Yemeni capital’s countryside.

Following the assault on the Yemeni capital, the Saudi Coalition turned their attention to the nearby villages of ‘Attan, Sa’wan, and Naqam, where they once again targeted civilian institutions and neighborhoods.

Local sources reported at least 11 airstrikes over the village of ‘Attan today, with most of these attacks targeting markets and public service buildings.

The Saudi regime announced on Monday that they will be “investigating” the attack on the MFS hospital in Saada; these airstrikes killed a total of 11 people, including 1 child.

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Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-08-16 02:46

Absolutely STUPID strategy to terrorize populations by bombing markets… Just consider the attacks in Europe : the only results is that military budgets are growing, populations supports it and when some E.U. MoD announce 15 strikes, they are argued that the Russians would have done a hundred… Just consider the Luftwaffe bombings against London : this made women enlist in the army and apply for jobs in weapon factories thus, adding manpower to the RAF.
Saudi-Arabia is already f*****g badly seen everywhere and distributing bribes doesn’t buy public opinion. If the US stop backing the al-Saoud family, they’re totally fucked…

anony
anony
2016-08-18 16:14
Reply to  Daeshbags Sux

the truth is that if you take out the US factor out of any equation where there is chaos and war, then the aggressors/terrorists/oppressors lose, the root of all of it is US and Israel , the only reason everything is happening is because of Israel, that’s it, otherwise US would never go to middle east

Termites
Termites
2016-08-16 02:44

. Human Rights activist where are they?

Where is white helmets??
Where is white helmets??
2016-08-16 16:42
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White helmets … ?

زخاري رويال
زخاري رويال
2016-08-16 02:27

Don’t the Houthi’s have any antiaircraft capabilities?