Saudi-led coalition, mercenaries continue to breach ceasefire

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PROVINCES, May 27 (Saba) – The Saudi-led coalition and its mercenaries continued to breach the UN-announced ceasefire during the past few hours in a number of provinces, a military official said Friday.

The aggression warplanes launched a raid on Serwah district of Mareb province and two others on al-Maslob district in Jawf province, the official told Saba.

He added that the hostile war jets targeted Harf Sufian district in Amran province with two raids, in addition to six raids waged on the district since the morning.

The warplanes and spying planes flew intensively in the sky of districts of Taiz province and on the coastal strip.

The military official said the aggression’s mercenaries pounded different parts of Serwah district in Mareb province with artillery shells. They bombed the sites of the army and popular committees in Jarrah Mount and Usaifera area in Taiz province with medium and heavy weapons.

Moreover, the hirelings attacked the army and committees locations in Najd al-Qurein in Dhalea province with diverse arms, and targeted al-Wahbiya area in Baidha province with mortars and machine guns.

The official said the army and committees forces foiled an attempt by the mercenaries to advance on al-Maton district in Jawf province.

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