Saudi forces have continued their unabated atrocities in Yemen as four people, including a woman, were killed on Friday in attacks against a number of districts in Sa’ada province.
A local source confirmed to Yemen’s News Agency that Saudi war planes launched several raids against the districts of Razih, Baqum, Sahar and Rahban, killing four citizens, including a woman, while others injured.
Elsewhere Saudi state media say at least four Saudi troops have been killed and eight others injured in retaliatory attacks by Yemeni forces against the Asir region in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi media, citing an Interior Ministry official, said that the Yemeni army and allied Popular Committees targeted the Saudi military base of al-Misal in the Dhahran al-Janoub region of Asir on Friday, killing at least four Saudi military officers and wounding eight others.
Meanwhile the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has announced that the number of civilians killed since the onset of the war on 26 March increased to 1,916 while 4,186 others injured.
Saudi Arabia began its illegal military aggression against Yemen in a bid to undermine the Ansarullah movement and to restore power to Hadi, an ally of Riyadh.
The incessant bombardments have caused severe shortages in basic necessities in the impoverished state.
According to local sources, the conflict has killed over 5,300 people, mostly women and children, while at least 80 percent of the population is in dire need of aid.
A significant number of governmental buildings, schools, shops, gas stations, markets, stadiums and mosques have been destroyed in the brutal Saudi attacks which have been described by human rights organizations as war crimes.
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