Yemen: Five civilians of one family killed in landmine explosion
113 violations of the Saudi-led coalition forces were recorded in Al-Hudaydah Governorate.
Five civilians from one family were martyred as a result of the explosion of a landmine left behind by the Saudi-led coalition in the Kilo 16 area in Al-Hudaydah Governorate, western Yemen.
A Yemeni military source monitored 113 violations of the Saudi-led coalition forces in Al-Hudaydah, including the overflight of spy planes in the airspace of Hays and Al-Jabalia in the south.
The violations included artillery shelling and 94 other violations using various bullets in the coastal governorate in western Yemen.
A Yemeni citizen was also killed by Saudi missile and artillery shelling on the Shada border district in Saada, northern Yemen.
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الحديدة الاربعاء 16مارس استشهاد5 مدنيين من أسرة واحدة وتدمير سيارتهم بشكل كامل في محافظة الحديدة كيلو 16 جراء إنفجار لغم من مخلفات الحرب بعد دخولهم منطقة ملغومة وقد تحرك فرق المركز التنفيذي في الحديدة لإنتشال وإخراج جثث الضحايا طوال الأربعة الأشهر الماضية
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In the same context, the Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched six airstrikes on the districts of Haradh and Abs in the Hajjah Governorate, northwest of Yemen, during the past hours.
The coalition fighters also targeted the districts of Al-Wadi, Al-Juba, and Raghwan in the northeastern Marib Governorate with four airstrikes, in addition to another strike on Al-Ajasher near Najran in Saudi Arabia.
It is noteworthy that the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees released Wednesday footage from their latest military operation in Hajjah Governorate.
الجيش اليمني واللجان الشعبية يعرضون مشاهد هجوم واسع على مواقع للتحالف السعودي في محافظة #حجة👇 #اليمن pic.twitter.com/5EqT0HGN5R— قناة الميادين (@AlMayadeenNews) March 16, 2022
Sanaa forces were able to liberate 11 villages and dozens of military sites from the Saudi-backed Hadi forces in the governorate, covering an area of 26 square kilometers as part of a large-scale military offensive.
Footage released by the military media showed Sanaa forces capturing the Saudi-led coalition's forces despite the latter attempting to hide.