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Yemen (IP) - In their newest attacks, the Saudi regime's bombers hit a medicines depot in Sa'wan, north of Sana'a, the capital of Yemen.

Iran PressMiddle East: According to Al-Masirah, the US-backed Saudi fighter jets hit the medicine depot on Thursday six times. 

The Saudi coalition fighters have carried out three attacks on the Al-Qahza area in Saada and one attack on the Al-Ammar area in Al-Safra.

Meanwhile, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) announced tens of thousands of Yemeni children have been killed or injured since the Saudi-led Arab League invaded Yemen.

A group of human rights lawyers in Britain are to file a case against the Saudi coalition for committing war crimes in Yemen, according to The Guardian.

Based on the report, the leaders of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been accused of involvement in war crimes in Yemen.

The head of the Yemen High Political Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, called on the UN Coordinator to fulfill his humanitarian role in alleviating the suffering of the Yemeni people.

Yemen's government time and again has urged the international bodies to stop the Saudi blockade on Yemen so that the humanitarian aid could reach the Yemeni people who are in urgent need of them. 

With the support of the United States, the UAE, and several other countries, Saudi Arabia has launched a military invasion of Yemen since March 2015 and land, sea, and air siege.

By the outbreak of war, more than 17,000 Yemenis were killed, tens of thousands were injured, and millions of Yemenis were displaced.


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