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132 violations of humanitarian, military truce recorded in Yemen

The US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition forces and their mercenaries have committed 132 violations of the humanitarian and military truce, the official Yemeni news agency Saba reported on Tuesday, citing a military source.

According to the military source, the fighter jets flew over Najran and 26 armed reconnaissance aircrafts flew over Taiz, Jawf, Hajjah, Dhalea provinces and border fronts.

The source affirmed that the mercenaries established combat fortifications in Sheda district of Saada and near Tabat Al-Qumama in Jizan region.

Three breaches were recorded by air strikes of reconnaissance planes at citizens’ homes and army’s sites in Taiz and Najran.

He also said that 25 violations by an artillery shelling were recorded at the army’s sites in Marib, Hajjah, Dhalea and border fronts.

The source mentioned that an artillery bombing attacked the army’s sites in Al-Balq Al-Sharqi, Al-Akd and Al-Rawdha areas of Marib.

The source added that an artillery bombardment targeted the army’s sites in Haradh district of Hajjah, Hajar Batar area of Dhalea, areas in Najran and other sites in Jizan.

In addition, the source declared that 75 breaches were recorded, with heavy shooting at citizens’ homes and sites of the army and popular committees in Marib, Hajjah, Taiz, Dhalea and border fronts.

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