segunda-feira, 11 de maio de 2015

Yemen: Bombing intensify before the truce

Yemeni rebels accepted the five-day truce proposed by Saudi Arabia. The military coalition led by the Shiite huthi movement proposed Riyadh a pause in the fighting from Tuesday, for humanitarian reasons. The military loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, allies of the huthis, accepted the proposal.

But the bombings continue. This Sunday the residence of the former President, in Sana'a, was hit. Air raids have multiplied in the last few hours. On Saturday, the Arab coalition has made more than a hundred attacks, many of whom in the capital, in the hands of the rebels.

"There have been three bombings during the prayer in the morning that hit civilians. The wounded are civilians "â€" underlines a resident of Sana'a. "They showed no mercy. The Saudi King will not give up and not going to leave us in peace. "

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