Bombing in Yemen leaves more than 60 dead; at the moment

Bombing in Yemen leaves more than 60 dead; at the moment

A Save the Children statement said three children and more than 60 adults were killed in airstrikes in Yemen.

This Friday, January 21, it was announced that at the moment 60 adults and three children lost their lives in an air attack in the province of Saada , in the north of Yemen. Among the victims were African migrants.

According to an international media, rescue teams were still pulling bodies out of the rubble around noon after the dawn attack on a temporary detention center in Saada province in northern Yemen, but the number of victims after the attack.

While in a statement from the Save the Children foundation, it indicated that for now it has been counted that three children and more than 60 adults died in air strikes in Yemen on Friday, without providing further details.

A Saudi-led military coalition has stepped up airstrikes against what it calls Houthi military targets, after the Iran-aligned movement attacked the coalition member United Arab Emirates on Monday and carried out new cross-border missile and drone launches. against Saudi cities.

The Houthi-run Al Masirah TV channel said dozens of people were killed and wounded in the attack in Saada. It showed images of men trying to clear rubble with their hands to reach those trapped and other images of the wounded at al-Jamhuri hospital.

They run out of internet

Following the attacks, Yemen suffered an internet outage throughout the country, with the exception of the southern city of Aden. Houthi media attributed it to a coalition attack on a telecommunications facility in the western province of Hodeidah.

The Saudi-led alliance on Thursday reported operations against “Houthi military capabilities” in Hodeidah, ballistic missile launch pads in central Yemen’s Bayda province, and military targets in the capital Sanaa.

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