The Saudi-led coalition aircraft pounded in the wee hours of Saturday some sites of Houthi militants and forces loyal to former president president Ali ِAbdullah Saleh in Sanaa city.
The fighter jets bombed Daboua camp, a republican guard camp loyal to Saleh, and Jabal an Nahdayn camp southern the city, local sources said.
Meantime, the warplanes conducted reconnaissance missions over Jabal an Nahdayn and Attan mountain. Sounds of anti-aircraft guns were heard while trying to hit the Arab coalition planes.
In Al Jawf Governorate, the warplanes shelled weapon caches, belonging to the militias. Explosions in the ammunition depots could be heard for hours.
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