SANAA, Oct. 23 (Saba) – The Saudi aggression's warplanes launched nine air strikes on several residential areas in the capital Sanaa on Sunday morning, firing various types of bunker buster missiles and bombs that jolted the whole city.
An official and residents told Saba that the warplanes hit al- Hafa residential, mountainous area in al-Sabeen district southeast of the capital five times.
The jets also waged two strikes on Noqum Mount, while the rest strikes struck al-Daylami air force base north of Sanaa, said the official.
The violent air attacks jolted the whole capital city after triggering an earth-quick-like shake that caused huge damage to hundreds of citizens' houses, public and private properties.
The fighter jets continued intensely flying over the sky of Sanaa and broke the sound barrier, said the official and the residents.
The official said the warplanes used GBU-28 missiles and other types of bunker buster bombs in their air attacks on the residential quarters of the capital Sanaa this morning.