Saudi-led coalition renews aggression on Sanaa
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reports that Saudi coalition aircraft launched 12 raids on northern Sanaa.
The Saudi-led coalition continues to launch airstrikes on many areas in Sanaa, especially the airport.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported that Saudi coalition aircraft launched 12 raids targeting Sanaa International Airport, the Al-Dailami Air Base, and the military academy.
Yemen's Ministry of Defense announced that the director of the Flight and Air Defense School Brigadier General Abdullah Junaid and his family were killed in the attack.
Our correspondent also reported from eyewitnesses that the houses neighboring the airport were severely damaged as a result of the strikes.
The coalition has also perpetrated a new massacre in a residential neighborhood in Sanaa that resulted in 29 casualties.
Yemen's armed forces attack the UAE
The Yemeni Armed forces announced on January 17 that they carried out an operation against the UAE, noting that more details will be revealed later after it had previously revealed in 2019 its intention to target the cities of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, in addition to dozens of other targets in the Emirates.
The Spokesperson for the armed forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree said the following day that "the operation targeted Abu Dhabi's airport, the oil refinery in Mussafah in Abu Dhabi, and several sites."
He also revealed that "the operation was carried out with five ballistic and winged missiles and a large number of drones," also warning that they might expand their targets to include more critical sites and facilities in the coming period.
Saree warned foreign companies, citizens, and residents of the "Emirati enemy state", asking them to "stay away from vital installations", considering that "the UAE is an unsafe state as long as its aggressive escalation against Yemen continues."