Eight Yemenis killed as Saudi Arabia continues to bomb Yemen
Eight Yemeni civilians were killed in a Saudi attack on Shada district in Saada.
Eight civilians were killed as a result of artillery shelling by the Saudi-led coalition on the border district of Shada, west of Saada Governorate in northern Yemen.
This comes just one day after the Eye of Humanity Center for Rights and Development in Sanaa issued a report documenting "the crimes of the US-Saudi aggression during the year 2022 of the aggression against Yemen."
The report stated that "the number of victims of the Saudi coalition's war on Yemen during the year 2022 amounted to 3,083 casualties (643 killed and 2,440 wounded).
The center noted that "those killed included more than 100 children and 27 women."
"The aggression against Yemen has resulted in the injury of 2,440 civilians, including 353 children and 97 women, since the beginning of 2022," the report added.
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The aggression targeted 14,367 homes and university facilities
Regarding material losses, the center stated that "the aggression targeted 14,367 homes and university facilities, 134 mosques, 5 tourist facilities, 12 hospitals, and health facilities, in addition to the Saudi coalition targeting Sanaa International Airport, Hodeidah port, and 22 power stations and generators."
"64 schools and educational facilities, 1,987 agricultural fields, 2 sports facilities, 3 archaeological sites, and 7 media facilities," the report added.
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The document also recorded the targeting of, "46 networks and communication stations, 334 reservoirs and water stations, 57 government facilities, 974 roads, and bridges, as well as the targeting of 4 factories, 13 fuel tankers, and 229 commercial establishments."
During the year 2022, the report continued, "29 chicken and livestock farms, 1,022 means of transportation, and 3 fishing boats were targeted, in addition to 37 food stores, 5 markets, and 95 food trucks."
The center, in a press conference earlier in March, documented the Yemeni victims since the start of the Saudi-led aggression on the country 7 years ago.
The Eye of Humanity Center for Rights and Development announced then that the number of civilian casualties as a result of the direct bombing of the Saudi-led coalition during the 7 years of the aggression on Yemen amounted to 46,262 casualties, including 17,734 killed, among whom are 4017 children, 2434 women, and 11,283 men, while the number of wounded reached 28,528, including 4,586 children, 2,911 women, and 10,032 men.
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Earlier in November, the United Nations reported that there were 343 civilians killed or injured as a result of landmine and unexploded ordnances during the six-month UN-backed ceasefire.