The Saudi Air Force has once again violated the ceasefire agreement in Yemen; this time by bombing the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis at the Mareb Governorate in southern Yemen.

According to an Al-Masdar source in southern Yemen, Saudi warplanes struck the Wadi Al-Halilayn area in Mareb Governorate, where they completely missed their military target and did very little damage to the Houthis and the Republican Guard.

This random act of aggression marks the second time the Saudis have violated the guidelines of the ceasefire agreement, since it was put in place earlier this month.

The Saudi Air Force and their allies in the coalition have killed over 6,000 Yemenis since they decided to participate in this war to help their ally and exiled Yemeni president ‘Abd Rubbah Mansour Hadi.

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