Three children were injured by anti-aircraft shrapnel from Houthis in Hodeidah

Three children were injured by anti-aircraft shrapnel from Houthis in Hodeidah

Three children were injured in the city of Hodeidah, western Yemen, on Sunday evening, with anti-aircraft shrapnel, which was launched by Houthi militants towards Arab coalition fighters led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

According to al-Masdar online, the three children on Zayed Road, east of the city, were hit by shrapnel, after the Houthis fired heavily last night.

The Houthis are firing heavily against the coalition fighters, which are flying heavily in the city's skies, but this has not yielded any results, but these bullets are returning to Hit the civilians.


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