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Yemeni forces exterminate dozens of Saudi invaders

Dozens of Saudi military mercenaries were killed and wounded today during an attack on their positions in Najran province, Saudi Arabia.

A military source told Saba that the army and the Popular Committees carried out an attack on the mercenary sites in the square encouraged the killing and wounding dozens of them. 

Meanwhile, killed and injured were 16 citizens in a raid of the US-Saudi coalition in the province of Hajjah, and continued violations of invaders and mercenaries of the cease-fire agreement have continued in the province of Hodeidah during the past 24 hours.

A security source told Saba that four citizens were killed and 11 others were wounded in an air strike targeting a citizen’s car while heading to a market in the Directorate of Mustaba in Hajjah. 

The source explained that a child was wounded by fire from the invaders and mercenaries in the area of ​​Dom al-Hadi Directorate of Tahita in the province of Hodeidah, and was targeted intensively combing mercenaries at light and medium rates farms and property of citizens in the mountain in the Directorate. 

He pointed out that intensive bombardment of the forces of aggression with heavy and medium machine guns targeted various areas west of the village of Magari Directorate of Hiss. 

In the city of Hodeidah, different areas of the area of ​​7 July, Hara Dbayani, CityMax and Mobile tour were subjected to heavy shelling by the forces of aggression with heavy and medium machine guns. 

The source said that a Saudi missile bombardment targeted populated villages in the Directorate of Shada border in Saada province.


Saudi war jets kill, wound 15 citizens in an air raid in Aga

15 people were killed and a further 15 injured today in a raid by the Saudi-led and American-backed aggression today in the Directorate on the outskirts of Hajjah province.

A security source told Saba that the air force targeted a citizens car in the Directorate, while heading to a market, killing four citizens and injuring 11 others.

This comes as the murderous coalition yesterday killed three civilians and wounded another three by the mercenary fire of the US-Saudi aggression in Al-Dhala province. The invaders and mercenaries continued to violate the cease-fire agreement in Hodeidah province during the past 48 hours.

A security source told Saba that one citizen was killed and two others were injured as a result of a guided missile launched by the mercenaries on their car in the outskirts of the Directorate of Qutba in Dalia governorate. 

Two citizens were martyred and a child was injured by the shelling of the mercenaries on a home of a citizen in the village of Awish in the Directorate of Qatuba. 

The source pointed out that the invaders and mercenaries shelled Hodeidah Airport with more than 15 artillery shells, and were targeted with artillery shelling and intensive combing towards Al Dhibiani, Citi Max, Mobile tour, Al Shabab Street 90 and Al Ittihad Hotel and other residential locations in Al Khamis Street in Hodeidah. 

The source pointed out that the mercenaries of the aggression opened fire with various machine guns and shelled eight mortar shells on the Directorate of Durahemi, and also hit seven Katyusha rockets and heavy and medium machine guns against the villages of Sheikh and Al-Zafran in Kilo 16.

The source said that the shelling of the mercenaries with artillery and machine guns targeted different areas on the outskirts of the city Drehami, and launched five artillery shells on the village of Magari in the Directorate of Hiss. 


Yemeni government establishes new bakery for the poor

The Yemeni Foundation for Humanitarian Development launched on Monday, Al-Khariri Bakery No. 3 Sahar Al-Saadi in the central sector of Dhamar city, within the framework of the “Feeding Food” project.

During the inauguration, Al-Sharqi praised the important project, which reflects a sense of responsibility for Yemen’s aggression and unjust siege, and the spirit of community solidarity and charity among the community.

He stressed the importance of the continuation of this project, calling for the opening of other charity bakeries, and increasing the number of families targeted, and expressed his willingness to provide more support for this project.

Director of the Yemeni Foundation for Human Development, Adel Ali Al-Mahakari, pointed out that the project targets the poorest families in Dhamar city, providing them with daily bread, thus contributing to alleviating the difficult conditions experienced by the citizens, especially the poor as a result of the brutal aggression and unjust siege against the Yemeni people.

He added that the project was implemented nearly a year ago with the support of the supervision office of the Political Committees in Dhamar governorate, and some businessmen, traders and benefactors, where two grocery stores were opened to provide 300 families from the poorest families in the southern and western sectors with bread on a daily basis within the first phase of the project .

He called on businessmen, traders and philanthropists to support this project in this holy month of charity and piety, known as Ramadan.

Satellite images reveal Saudi oil wells attacked by Yemeni forces

Two Saudi oil facilities located along a major pipeline were hit in a drone attack on Tuesday, prompting Riyadh to temporarily close the pipeline and carry out retaliatory air strikes at Yemeni positions in Yemen.

Qatar’s Al Jazeera shared footage of a satellite showing a Saudi oil station in a Yemeni drone attack.

According to Al Jazeera, the images were taken during a raid on a Saudi Arabia pumping station located about 330 kilometers west of the capital, Riyadh.

An image analysis shows that the attack has generated crude oil flow over an estimated 1,000 square meters.

Officials have not yet commented on the footage, but sources linked to the Saudi government confirmed on Tuesday that pumping station 9 was also targeted by drone attacks. The stations extend along the main east-west pipeline, which runs across the peninsula from the Abqaiq oil field in the east to the oil terminal at Yanbu on the Red Sea coast.

The Yemeni Army claimed responsibility for the operation. The attack came “in response to pre-existing actions and blockade of our peoples and are prepared to make the attacks more unique and harsh,” said an official according to Al Masirah TV.

According to state agency IASD SABA, the rebels plan to attack other strategic points in the kingdom, including military posts and strategic locations in Saudi Arabia and the Emirates.

Since the beginning of 2015, militant forces led by exiled President Mansur Hadi have been fighting with soldiers from the Yemeni Army & Popular Committees.