Yemenis hold massive rally in condemning Saudi crimes

TEHRAN, Jan. 21 (MNA) – A great number of people in Sanaa, capital of Yemen, and other Yemeni cities held massive rallies in two provinces of Al-Hudaydah and Saada against Saudi-led coalition’s crimes of bombing and killing civilians.

Yemeni people in Sanaa and other cities in the provinces of Saada and Al Hudaydah as well as in several other Yemeni cities held massive rallies in condemnation of crimes committed by Saudi-led coalition.

Yemeni citizens in the rally, which was also attended by provincial officials, stressed their support for Yemeni army and popular committees to counter cowardly attacks of US-Saudi-Emirati coalition.

The international organizations confirmed that more than 60 Yemeni people, including three children, were killed in airstrikes launched by Saudi-Emirati coalition in Yemen today.

Saudi warplanes continued to bomb residential neighborhoods and infrastructures in Yemen's western city of Hudaydah, leading to shot down of internet communication and civilian casualties.

On Friday, the Saudi aggressor coalition bombed the communications building in al-Hudaydah province to prevent the spread of news and reports about its recent crimes against the Yemenis.

A source in Yemeni General Directorate of Communications announced the cutting off Internet services in Yemen due to the Saudi-led coalition airstrike on international Internet equipment in the communications building, which is the only Internet power supply in the northern and southern provinces.

Yemen lost its connection to the internet nationwide early Friday after Saudi-led airstrikes targeted a site in the contested city of Hudaydah, an advocacy group said, plunging the war-torn nation offline.

Earlier, Saudi coalition fighter jets bombed Saada Central Prison. More than 60 prisoners were killed and more than 100 were injured in the atrocity. The Yemeni Ministry of Health said in a statement said that some of the victims of the attack are non-Yemenis."


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