At least six civilians, including women and children, were killed and dozens injured in Saudi-UAE air raids in hostile areas and military rebels in Houthi in the capital of Yemen, Sanaa.
in the capital, from a total of 19 across the territory held by rebels on Thursday, reported the Houthi-run Masirah TV channel. It states "the aircraft of the [Saudi-led] invasion."
Wind strikes came two days after Iran-led rebels claiming drone attacks that temporarily shut down a major oil pipeline in neighboring Saudi Arabia.
lined with clay houses, a Reuters reporter at the scene.
Analysis: Saudi said the oil stations that Saudi Arabia's owned-owned Al Arabiya's Houthi
attacked by a coalition statement saying it launched an operation aimed at "neutralizing the capability of the Houthi militia to carry out attacking activities. "
"The sequences achieved their goals accurately," he said, increasing civilians were warned to avoid targets
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Masirah said the Houthi health ministry said six civilians, including four children, were killed and 52 injured, including two Russian women working in the health sector. news agency that the attacks began around 8 am (05:00 GMT).
Afrah Nasser, a journalist of Yemeni, says his family's home in Sanaa is near where a strike in the air. He accused the Saudi-UAE alliance specifically targeting civilians.
"I know the streets There are no military targets there No excuse from the coalition led by Saudi – it's a deliberate and systematic threat to attack civilians," Nasser told Al Jazeera.
Nasser Arrabyee, another journalist of Yemeni, said that the number of victims was expected to rise.
"Medical sources say they have received many victims – injured and dead – which means the number is higher than just six," he told Al Jazeera from Sanaa.
"The residential areas in the heart of Sanaa, in the most crowded areas, are randomly pumped and many houses have been reduced to the ground."
Revenge calls  On Tuesday, Houthi rebels claim responsibility for the attack of a twin drone on the Saudi-East West oil pipeline of Saudi Arabia, claiming they were a response to "crimes" made by Riyadh during the blood air war led to Yemen from March 2015.  Deputy defense deputy in Saudi Arabia accused Iran of Thursday of attacking drone attacks at two pumping stations of Aramco as a "tool to implement her agenda for expanding the region ".
"The terrorist acts, organized by the regime in Tehran, and the Houthis conducted, suppress the silos around the ongoing political efforts," P rince Khalid bin Salman said on Twitter.  The Houthis leader of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee denied that Iran ordered the strike and said the movement was making its drones somewhere. Tehran also denied giving a firearm to the Houthis.
"We are not agents for anyone," said Mohammed Ali al-Houthi. "We make decisions independently and do not take orders for drones or anything else."
The Saudi pipeline, which can carry five million barrels of crude per day, provides a strategic alternate route for Saudi exports if
Iran has repeatedly threatened to close the essential profit for global oil supply in the case of a military confrontation in the United States.
The Saudi cabinet was called Wednesday for "opposition to terrorist entities that carry such sabotage actions, including the Houthi military supported by Iran in Yemen."
The United States of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced the call
"We take revenge and guide us hard when we see the Houthis trimmed civilian targets like what happened in Saudi Arabia," said the minister of the UAE state for foreign affairs, Anwar Gargash, on Wednesday.
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