SANAA, Oct. 3 (Saba) - Saudi aggression warplanes launched at least 20 air strikes on civilian targets in the capital Sanaa and its suburbs over the past 24 hours, officials told Saba on Monday.
Eight raids on the War College and its surrounding areas in Al-Rotha area in Bani AL-Hareth district in north of the capital Sanaa, two further raids on AL-Dailmi air base.
Another air strike on Bani Matar district and a raid on nearby AL-Sobaha area in the Sanaa western suburb.
Two other air attacks on Dhulaa region of Hamdan district in the west of the capital, and other two raids on Masoud region in Sanhan district in the southeast outskirts of Sanaa, as well as two raids on Jahlan area and two more strikes on Al-madfon region in Nihm district in northeast suburb of Sanaa province.
The strikes caused large damage to residential houses, private and public properties, farms, said the officials.
The official added that the fighter jets continued flying intensely over the capital and its suburbs over night and early morning of Monday as the jets broke the sound barrier, terrifying citizens.
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