Yemen's Ministry of Health spokesman dr. Yousef Al-Hadhri on Wednesday said that victims’ toll in US-Saudi strike on Sana’a residential neighborhood raised to 52.
AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Yemen's Ministry of Health spokesman dr. Yousef Al-Hadhri on Wednesday said that victims’ toll in US-Saudi strike on Sana’a residential neighborhood raised to 52.
Al-Hadhri said in a statement to Almasirah Net that 6 citizens were killed, including 4 children, and 46 others were wounded, including two Russian women, in the aggression strike. The number of victims is likely to increase, he added, as rescue operations ongoing until the moment.
The two Russian women were among the population in the targeted buildings and they receive treatment with the rest of the wounded in the Republican Hospital.
Earlier, our correspondent reported that six citizens were killed and dozens were injured as a result of US-Saudi aerial aggression raid on a residential neighborhood, targeting a citizen’s house at the corner of Robat and Raqas streets near Nusseibeh school.
The aerial aggression also launched three raids on Atan area, 3 raids on Nqom behind Movenpick Hotel, two raids behind the Qatari embassy, two raids on Al-Nahdeen area, one raid on 21-September park and a raid on a Ministry of Information building.
In the province of Sana'a, the aerial aggression launched six raids on three camps in Arhab district and a raid on the Arqub camp in Khawlan.
For more than four years, the US-Saudi aggression has used to commit war crimes and to target civilians, especially after every severe blow on its vital facilities by the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees, which comes as a response to the aggression and the siege.