A Saudi governorate records the lowest temperature since the beginning of...

A Saudi governorate records the lowest temperature since the beginning of...
A Saudi governorate records the lowest temperature since the beginning of...
At least 11 people were killed in air strikes launched by the coalition on Monday night – Tuesday on Sanaa, the day after an attack on the UAE was claimed by the Houthis, according to what AFP quoted a medical source as saying.

But Reuters quoted sources as saying that the strike targeted a Houthi military house, and killed about 14 people in one building in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.

A medical source told Reuters that it resulted in the killing of him, his wife, his 25-year-old son and other members of his family, in addition to unknown persons.

The deputy foreign minister in the Houthi administration, which controls most of the northern regions of Yemen, said on Twitter that coalition strikes around the city had killed a total of about 20 people.

The Houthis’ al-Masirah TV said the strikes destroyed homes, killing at least 12 people and wounding nearly as many.

Akram al-Ahdal told AFP that the coalition “bombed the house (..) 11 martyrs, and the search is still going on among the rubble for wounded and martyrs.”

The Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen announced on Monday evening that it had launched air strikes on Houthi-controlled Sanaa after the attack on the UAE capital, while Abu Dhabi vowed to respond to the “sinful” and “terrorist” attack that targeted it.

This strike appears to be the deadliest for Sanaa since 2019, according to Reuters.

On Monday, the Houthis claimed responsibility for an attack on two sites in the UAE, which blew up fuel trucks, killing three people, and setting off a fire near Abu Dhabi Airport.

The UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation said: “We condemn the terrorist Houthi militia’s targeting of civilian areas and facilities on UAE soil today… This sinful targeting will not go unpunished.”

“The UAE reserves the right to respond to these terrorist attacks and this criminal escalation,” she added.

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