At least 26 Yemenis have lost their lives after warplanes belong to the Saudi-led military coalition hit a training camp in the northwestern province of Hajjah.
On Wednesday, Saudi fighter jets also killed a woman and a girl and wounded 10 others after they hit the Mabyan district of the province with a number of airstrikes. A few hours earlier in the day, Saudi warplanes also killed 26 people after they targeted a hotel and an adjoining market in the northern province of Sa’ada.
Moreover, at least 23 Yemenis were killed on Friday in Saudi aerial attacks against Sha’ban district and BaniMa’adh district in Sa’ada.
On November 6, Saudi Arabia announced that it was shutting down Yemen’s air, sea, and land borders, after Yemeni fighters targeted an international airport near the Saudi capital with a cruise missile in retaliation for Saudi’s devastating aerial bombardment campaign against Yemen.