Saudi-led military aircraft have carried out a fresh wave of airstrikes against various areas across conflict-plagued Yemen, killing at least two civilians, local media reports say.
Fighter jets of the Riyadh-led coalition struck a medical facility under construction in the al-Ma’yanah district of the capital province of Sana’a on Wednesday morning, leaving two citizens dead and injured as many, the Arabic-language al-Masirah television network reported.
Saudi-led warplanes also targeted an area near a plastic factory in the al-Thawra district of the province, but there were no immediate reports about possible casualties and the extent of damage caused.
The development came hours after Saudi-led fighter jets conducted more than a dozen aerial assaults against al-Jubah and Sirwah districts in Yemen’s central province of Maarib, but no reports about possible casualties were quickly available.
On Tuesday evening, seven civilians, including an African refugee, suffered grave injuries when Saudi border guards indiscriminately fired shots at popular outdoor markets and residential buildings in Raqou area of the Monabbih district in the northwestern Yemeni province of Saada.