Saudi fighter jets have targeted two trucks of food in Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada amid the deepening humanitarian crisis in the war-torn Arab country.
The fresh airstrikes were carried out on Sunday in the Malahidh area near the Saudi border.
Saudi fighter jets also struck Adan’s International Airport after the popular committees, loyal to Ansarullah fighters, took full control of the site.
The Saudi warplanes also bombarded Wadi Lieh district in the province.
There have been no immediate reports about the casualties of the attacks.
Saudi authorities have defied numerous warnings of a deteriorating humanitarian situation in Yemen and blocked relief aid shipments to Yemen.
The UN says key infrastructure including water supplies, health services and telecommunications in Yemen are on the verge of collapse.
UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen Johannes van der Klaauw warned on Saturday of imminent collapse of the country’s infrastructure…
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