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PROVINCES, A military official has said that the Saudi-led aggression warplanes waged 25 raids on five provinces, killing and injuring 12 civilians, including women and children.

The military official confirmed that ten women and children were killed and two others wounded by the Saudi-led aggression warplanes in Washha district in Hajjah province.

The Saudi warplanes waged an air on Haradh district in Hajjah province, the official added.

The aggression warplanes launched three raids on Sheda district of Saada province, two raids on al-Buq’a area in Ketaf district of Saada and two raids on al-Dhaher district in the same province, the official said.

He said that the aggression warplanes launched two raids on Khab Washaaf district of Jawf province, and ten raids on the districts of Serwah, Majzar, and Al-Abdiyah in Marib province.

The aggression warplanes launched four raids on Harf Sufyan district of Amran province, the official added.

In the same context, the military official said that the aggression forces committed 114 violations, including the flight of eight spy planes in the airspace of al-Faza, al-Mandhar, Kilo 16, al-Najah and 50th St. areas.

He added that 33 violations of missile and artillery shelling, including 288 rockets and missiles and 73 violations of various bullets were also recorded.

The official said that the mercenaries’ shelling caused material damage to the citizens’ homes in al-Jabalia area in al-Tuhayta following the shelling of the aggression forces with 32 artillery shells and 28 Katyusha rockets.

He pointed out that two citizens were wounded in al-Nassiri area in al-Tuhayta district with the shrapnel of a mortar shell fired by the aggression forces.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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