At least 23 Yemeni civilians killed or injured in two separate Saudi airstrikes on Dhale’e and Hajja.

Iran Press/Middle East: In a Saudi airstrike which targeted the homes of civilians in Qa'ataba city of Dhale'e, 13 citizens were killed and injured.

The aerial aggression targeted the houses of citizens in Shalil area of Qa'ataba, killing three citizens, two women and a man, and injuring more than 13, mostly children, Al-Masira reported.

Earlier, houses of citizens in Qa'ataba were hit by rockets and artillery of US-Saudi mercenaries, destroying two houses and killing eight citizens and injuring others, mostly children.

In Hajja, two citizens were injured on Saturday morning by US-Saudi air strikes that targeted a farm in Abs district.

These crimes come in the context of the daily crimes of aggression against civilians in Yemen for over four years of brutal aggression amid at international silence of human rights advocates in the world.

Saudi Arabia and a number of its regional allies launched the war on Yemen in March 2015 with the aim of crushing the Houthis and bringing the Riyadh-backed former regime back to power. They have failed to achieve either of the objectives.105/205


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