Saudi airstrikes kill 11 in Dhalea

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SANA’A, May 26 (Saba) – At least 11 people were killed in Dhalea province when the Saudi warplanes targeted al-Mahla area with several raids, a military official said Thursday.

The Saudi warplanes also hit Harib-al-Qaramish area and Serwah district of Mareb province with several air raids, the official said, adding the raids caused many casualties.

Moreover, a woman was wounded when the aggression targeted Hareb-Nehm in Sana’a province with two air raids to back an attempt of the hirelings to make progress on the ground.

In Sana’a province, the Riyadh’s hirelings targeted the army and popular committees’ sites in Nehm district and fired tens of rockets on Mabda’a, Bani Bareq and Malh areas in the district, according to the official.

A number of the hirelings were killed or injured in Jawf province, when the army and popular committees repelled an attempt to advance towards al-Masloub district. They army and popular committees also repulsed an attempt of the hirelings to advance towards on al-Ghail district in Jawf province, while the hirelings pounded al-Ghail and al-Moton districts with missiles.

The hirelings in Taiz province hit al-Qashuba area in al-Waze’yah district, al-Amri and Dhubab city with artillery shells.

The aggression dropped sound bombs on the sky of Harf Sufyan district of Amran province, he noted.

Meanwhile, the Saudi aggression intensified flying on the skies of the capital and its suburbs, Taiz and its coastline, Sa’ada, Hajjah, Mareb and Mahweet, Jawf provinces.

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