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Saudi aggression warplanes launch series of raids on Yemeni cities and governorates

The Saudi aggression forces renewed their violation of the ceasefire agreement in Al-Hodeidah governorate, west of Yemen, and the Saudi warplanes launched air strikes on other provinces during the past 24 hours.

A military source in the coordination officers' operations room told the Yemeni News Agency that the violations of the aggression forces amounted to 73, including two attacks on the 16 km controlled area and the flight of two spy planes over the city of Hess, in addition to 21 violations with artillery and missile shelling  . The artillery of the aggression bombed the Fazaa area in Al-Tahita District.

The source pointed out that the aggression launched air strikes on separate areas in Sarwah in Maarib, Khob, Al-Sha`af, Al-Jawf, Nahham, and the Haradh District.

The Saudi regime-led coalition has continued its aggression against Yemen since March 26, 2015, claiming the lives of tens of thousands of civilians and causing massive damage to infrastructure and economic facilities as well as  imposing a siege and causing starvation, which constituted a humanitarian catastrophe.