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91 Martyrs, Injured as Saudi Strikes Hit Presidential Palace in Sanaa
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Criminal Saudi Arabia continues to commit the worst ever massacres on a daily basis against unarmed Yemeni people. In the most recent crime, Saudi warplanes targeted on Monday the Presidential Palace in the capital Sanaa, leaving more than 91 either martyred on injured, including students.
Relatively, Yemen's al-Massirah TV reported that six civilians, including a child, were martyred, while more than 86 others sustained injuries, including students.
The Jamal Abdel Nasser School's Director confirmed the injuries, saying the strikes caused injuries among several students.
Meanwhile, numbers of those martyred are expected to increase as many of the injured are in critical conditions, al-Massirah reported, adding that rescue operations are still ongoing.
Relatively, the Saudi aggression's warplanes intended to target the highly-populated neighborhood during the official work time and at the rush hour to kill the most possible number of civilians.
Earlier, ministries of defense and interior in Sanaa were also targeted by Saudi strikes.
The massacre comes as part of the Saudi aggression's crimes against the Yemeni people since March, 2015, which have so far left more than 37,000 civilians martyred, according to independent civilian surveys.
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