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Yemen update 6\10\2015.. No water, electricity, medicine

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 17:44
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No water, electricity, medicine: Yemen humanitarian crisis deepens

Cluster bombs are being dropped in Saudi-led campaign on Yemen – HRW

Saudi airstrikes targeted Sa’ada province, killing at least 4 civilians

7 people dead in Saudi airstrikes on Razih district in Sa’ada province

Saudi warplanes targeted a market in Amran province

Heavy Clashes On The Saudi Border As Houthi Rebels Attack Saudi Military Outposts

Yemeni fighters liberate Khanjar barracks in Jawf province

Yemeni forces fired at least 40 rockets at Saudi military bases in Jizan

Iran refreshed its call on UN to stop the Saudi-led war on Yemen

Saudi Military Bases Targeted by Yemeni Missiles

Arab media reports said that two Saudi military
bases in the bordering areas have come under missile attack by the
Yemeni forces.

Arabic-language Al-Mayadeen news channel quoted a military source in
Yemen as saying that the army and popular forces targeted the two
military bases of Ain al-Harrah and Malhamah with 10 and 7 missiles,
respectively, on Tuesday.
The Yemeni forces also fired 11 missiles at military positions behind Jabal al-Dokhan in the Southwestern city of Jizan.
In a relevant development on Monday,
the Yemeni army and tribal forces attacked military positions in
Najran, in Southeastern Saudi Arabia, near the two countries’ borders.
The Yemeni forces attacked the Saudi army’s base
in al-Sharafa region in Najran province, al-Mayadeen quoted a Yemeni
military source as saying.
On Sunday, media reports said that the Saudis,
including Royal family members, are in a rush to flee the country after
Yemen’s first Scud missile hit a military airbase in Saudi Arabia’s
South on Saturday.

“The Saudi residents of Khamees al-Mushait are
waiting in a several-kilometer-long trail of cars to flee after their
city was hit by Yemeni Scud missiles,” the Arabic-language Sa’ada Press
news website reported


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