Saudi-led coalition bombs Sanaa, says it destroyed drone-control site

The sound of violent explosions rocked Yemen’s capital Sanaa today, which is under the control of the Houthi terrorist militia, as a result of air raids carried out by the Arab coalition, according to al-Mashhad al-Yemeni website.

In a statement published by the Saudi Press Agency today, the Arab coalition said: It is in response to the threat that a site linked to the recent targeting of civilians and Abha International Airport will be destroyed.
The coalition said the Houthi-led militia is using the headquarters and ministries of the Yemeni state militarily to launch its offensive operations.

The coalition later confirmed in a statement that the Houthi militia was using Sanaa’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to support the hostilities.

It said it destroyed a communication system used to operate forward communication stations to “control drones”.
Cross-border attacks require more effective responses, and under international humanitarian law, the coalition noted.
Coalition forces confirmed they made contact with a ministry over the land line and requested that civilians be evacuated to a site in Sanaa.

The coalition called on civilians in Sanaa and government ministries to evacuate immediately.
The pro-Iranian Houthi militia announced today through its media that Arab coalition aircraft targeted areas in the Yemeni capital Sanaa.

The coup militias said: Coalition air strikes targeted Houthi positions around the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology building north of Sana’a.

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