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News i Agency – Saudi Arabia bombs Yemen's “Arab” and “Al-Jawf” provinces 53 times today

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According to News i Agency's International Group, a spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces announced on Tuesday evening that the Saudi coalition forces continue to encroach on various fronts in Yemen.

Brigadier General Yahya Sari said: “Our forces, by the grace of God, managed to repel the widespread advance of Saudi coalition mercenaries from two directions, one towards the positions of our forces in the Al-Zahaki network and the other from the side of al-Aqla to the positions of our forces in Al-Arqub Network, Al-Sumaa city in Al-Bayda province, which failed both.

“Saudi mercenaries continued to advance from Tuesday morning until this evening, and the Yemeni warriors bravely resisted, inflicting heavy casualties and heavy equipment on the enemy ranks, forcing them to retreat,” he said. “They never made any progress.”

A Yemeni military spokesman also said that the Saudi coalition airstrikes today bombed 53 scattered areas in the provinces of Ma'rib and Al-Jawf, including 42 times against the towns of Majzar and Sarwah in the province of Ma'rib and 11 times against the towns of Al-Hazm. And “Well and Weakness” was done in Al-Jawf province.

The Saudi Observatory for Human Rights in Operation Al-Hudaidah also reported that Saudi coalition forces violated the ceasefire 54 times in the past 24 hours.
A Yemeni source in the operation room said that artillery attacks were targeted only 11 times in different areas of al-Hudaidah, and that al-Hudaidah areas were attacked 43 times with lighter weapons.

The ninth city of Sanaa province was also the target of four bombings by Saudi coalition fighters tonight.

The Jabal al-Shabka area overlooking Najran on the northern border of Yemen with Saudi Arabia was also the target of an airstrike by the Saudi coalition tonight.

The Saudi coalition claimed on April 21 that it would stop its attacks on Yemen due to the outbreak of corona in the country, and that the unilateral ceasefire would last two weeks and could be extended if welcomed. Despite this claim, the attacks have not stopped in the past few days and the Yemeni army's positions on the ground and in the sky have been targeted by the coalition.

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