Dozens of casualties in Saudi-led coalition strike on Sanaa
Al Mayadeen's correspondent announces casualties from a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on the Yemeni capital of Sanaa.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported on Saturday that 12 civilians were killed, with an unspecified number wounded, due to a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on Sanaa.
The Saudi coalition announced airstrikes in Sanaa and Al-Hudaydah, adding that the military operation is still in its early stage, and will continue until its goals are achieved.
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The coalition also announced its interception and destruction of two Yemeni drones launched toward Saudi airspace.
The Saudi airstrike on Yemen comes less than 24 hours after Yemen's armed forces claimed responsibility for a series of retaliations against Saudi Arabia, one of which caused a large fire in an Aramco facility in Jeddah. Sources told Al Mayadeen that Operation Break Siege III is one of Yemen's most powerful operations against the Saudi kingdom.
The Armed Forces said they "will not hesitate to expand their military operations until the aggression is stopped and the siege is lifted."