Saudi war jets launch airstrikes on Capital

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SANA’A, Jan. 05 (Saba) – The Saudi-led coalition launched on Tuesday a series of violent raids on several residential areas in the capital Sana’a.

The Saudi warplanes struck al-Noor Center for the Blind in al-Safia district in the Capital, wounding at least three people, security official said.

The second Saudi bombing targeted al-Hasaba area, where the hostile warplanes fired two missiles; the first hit the building of the Capital Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which was completely destroyed, the official said.

The second missile fell down near al-Ameen Hospital neighborhood area, but did not explode, the official said. A lot of houses, residential buildings and shops were damaged.

Moreover, the Saudi aggression targeted a wedding hall in Bait Me’ayad area in Al-Sabeen district. The hall was empty but the nearby houses were seriously damaged, the official said.

Finally, the Saudi war jets targeted al-Nahdain with high explosive bombs which caused damage to a number of residential buildings in the adjacent neighborhoods.

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