Yemen: Saudi-led coalition targets Hudaydah; landmines kill 3 in Hais
The Saudi-led coalition carries out rocket attacks on various areas of Al-Hudaydah and targets areas in Al-Jabaliya and Hais.
The Saudi coalition carried out on Saturday morning an aggression against Yemen's Al-Hudaydah province, local media reported.
Mehr news agency cited Yemeni sources as saying that during the past 24 hours, reconnaissance and spying drones belonging to the Saudi coalition entered the sky of Al-Jabaliya region.
The Saudi coalition fired rockets on various areas of Al-Hudaydah and targeted areas in Al-Jabaliya and Hais.
The Iranian news agency also cited news sources as saying that exploding landmines belonging to the Saudi coalition killed three people in Hais.
#UNICEF released figures highlighting the heinous crimes committed by the #Saudi-led coalition against #Yemeni children in the war on #Yemen. We are yet to see the human rights-boasting Western countries saying one word of condemnation about the Saudi atrocities in Yemen. pic.twitter.com/J20K1JxP8p— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) December 13, 2022
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If US insists on aggression, Yemen will respond accordingly: Official
On December 14, a member of the political bureau of the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement, Ali Al-Qahoum, told Al Mayadeen that "the aggression and siege that has been going on for the past 8 years are clearly led and fully coordinated by America."
Al-Qahoum considered that "Saudi Arabia and the UAE are nothing but tools instrumented by the US to execute its policy of aggression with the blessing and participation of Israel, the UK and France."
The Yemeni official pointed out that "if the Americans insist on aggression and blockade, the response will be in a way that achieves the required effect and sufficient pressure on the aggressor, whoever it may be."
He also indicated that "the only guarantor for the return of the truce is that the demands of the people and their rights be respected, which will open the prospects for peace, and there is no way to achieve this by prevarication."
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