Saudi led Air-strikes killed 41 Yemenis near Sanaa

Saudi led Air-strike killed at-least 41 people in Yemen’s capital Sanaa on Wednesday. The Saudi-led coalition struck a hotel near in Sanaa, in which 41 innocent Yemini citizens killed, Saudi forces and their alliances continuously attacking on Yemen since 2015, where as thousands of Yemeni have been killed and millions of injured.

Saudi armed forces and the government forces trying to get back ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Charge. According to the reports doctors said that they victims were farmers and officials while witnesses saying they included rebels. The fighter jets targeted a two-story hotel in the town of Arhab, about 35 kilometers (22 miles) north of the capital, Sanaa, officials said.

In this ongoing conflict between rebels and Saudi led forces has killed over 10,000 civilians, displaced more than three million people and pushed the nation on the edge of starvation.

Numerous times, Saudi led airstrike hits schools, hospitals and markets across the Yemen, consequently thousands of civilian killed. A report says that Fahd Marhab, head of the Umrah hospital, about 10 kilometers (6 miles) from the site of the airstrike, said there were no wounded and that all the people in the hotel were killed in the 3 am airstrike. He also said that they were mostly farmers.

 

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