At least five civilians have been killed in Saudi airstrikes on residential areas in the Yemeni provinces of Hajjah and Ta’izz.
According to Yemen’s al-Masirah television, Saudi warplanes launched two air raids on residential buildings in Hajjah’sHayran district on Friday night.
At least three people were killed and five others injured in the aerial attacks.
The Saudi jets also pounded Maqbanah district in the southwestern province of Ta’izz on Friday, leaving a teen and a child dead, while another boy was wounded.
On April 3, the Saudi jets dropped the internationally-banned cluster bombs in Dhubab district of the same province, killing five people, including three women.
The Saudi war machine has already used cluster bombs across Yemen on multiple occasions despite the inherently indiscriminate nature of cluster munitions.