Saudi Arabia has carried out fresh airstrikes against several areas across Yemen on Sunday morning, as Yemeni armed forces carried out more retaliatory attacks.
Fighter jets from Saudi Arabia launched four air raids against the Harad district in the northwestern Yemeni province of Hajjah, which is located nearly 130 kilometers northwest of the capital, Sana'a. The airstrikes inflicted grave damage on the targeted area, according to Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite television network.
No immediate reports of possible casualties in the airstrikes are still available.
Saudi fighter jets also attacked Nihm district which is located northeast of Sana'a as well as Razih and Badim districts in the mountains of northwestern province of Sa'adah. There was no information available about the extent of damage and casualties.
Meanwhile, Yemeni forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, attacked Saudi Arabia's southern border region of Najran, leaving one person dead and four others injured.
Saudi Arabia has waged a war inside Yemen since march 2015. Yemeni sources say the death toll from the daily attacks of Saudi military aggression is about 10,000. The attacks are aimed at crushing the Houthi Ansarallah movement and their allies and to bring back former Yemeni president to power.
The Houthi fighters gained power after Hadi's resignation and escape to Saudi Arabia, which has threatened Yemen's stability.