Saudi-led coalition targets Sanaa International Airport
The Saudi-led coalition warplanes target Sanaa International Airport with four airstrikes, following other airstrikes on several Yemeni areas.
Warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition targeted Friday Sanaa International Airport, north of the Yemeni capital, with several airstrikes, in conjunction with continuous overflights.
Sources told Al Mayadeen that the Saudi-led coalition aircraft targeted the airport with four airstrikes, following the targeting of several Yemeni areas with airstrikes and artillery shelling during the past hours.
In the same context, the coalition targeted the Al-Raqou area in the Munabih border district, west of Saada, with artillery shelling, martyring three civilians and wounding two others.
This comes after the bordering Qatabir District, in Saada, was targeted by artillery shelling by the Saudi-led coalition, which resulted in the death of a woman and the injury of another, in conjunction with 20 other Saudi-coalition raids that have targeted civilians in Marib, Al-Jawf, and Hajjah.
Furthermore, the Saudi coalition warplanes conducted 12 raids in Harad, Hajjah, northwest Yemen. In addition, seven raids were conducted in Al-Juba and Al-Wadi in Marib Governorate. The eighth targeted Al-Yatama area, in the Khub and Al-Shaaf districts, Al-Jawf, northeast Yemen.
It is noteworthy that it is not the first time Sanaa International Airport has been targeted by the Saudi coalition, as the latter's warplanes had earlier launched a series of airstrikes that interrupted the airport's activity.