Hirelings kills man, injure five in Jawf
SANA’A, May 28 (Saba) – A citizen was killed and five others injured by an attack carried out by Riyadh’ hirelings in Jawf province, a security official said on Saturday.
The attack was one of tens of violations of UN-backed ceasefire announced early in April committed by the Saudi aggression and its hirelings in several provinces during the past 24 hours.
The Saudi fighter jets waged two air raids on al-Masloub area and targeted al-Moton district with artillery shells as the hirelings tried to advance towards the district, the official added.
The fighter jets launched more than 30 air raids on al-Amaliqa military camp in Harf Sufyan district of Amran province.
The aggression also dropped flash bombs in Melh area in Nehm district of Sana’a province. It waged two sorties on Harib-Nehm area and a raid on Serwah district of Mareb province.
The Riyadh’s hirelings in Dhalea province targeted the army and popular committees sites in Najd al-Qarin area.
In Taiz province, the official said the hirelings pounded the army and popular committees sites in al-Qushba and al-Madrab areas in al-Waze’yah district, Jarah Mount, Usaiferah area, al-Amri Mount, Dhubab city.
The Riyadh’s hirelings in Baidha province targeted al-Wabia area with mortars. The Saudi warplanes waged an air raid on the north of Mukairas district in the province, he said.
The violations also included the Saudi warplanes nonstop flying on the skies many provinces such as the Capital, Taiz, Mareb, Jawf, Amran, Sana’a, Baidha and Dhalea, the official said.