At least seven Yemeni civilians have lost their lives after Saudi military aircraft bombed the northwestern province of Sa’ada, which was the scene of a similar massacre days earlier.
The fatalities were caused by Saudi air raids against residential buildings in the Baqim border town in Sa’ada on Friday morning, al-Masirah TV reported.
There were women and children among the victims, according to the report.
The strike came days after Saudi-led jets hit several areas, including a marketplace, in Sa’ada, leaving at least 29 civilians dead.
Saudi Arabia and a coalition of its allies have been incessantly pounding Yemen since March 2015.