Alwaght- At least 23 Saudi mercenaries and al-Qaeda terrorists, including field leaders, were killed and dozens were injured as allied Yemeni forces repulsed their attack on al-Manaseh area of Baidha province.
According to Yemeni news agency, Saba, the country's military officials on Sunday said that the Saudi-led coalition and its mercenaries continued to breach the UN-announced ceasefire during the past 24 hours in several provinces.
In Taiz province, two children were shot dead by Saudi mercenaries after being detained in al-Khaiyateen neighborhood.
A woman and her daughter were injured with shrapnel when a mortar shell fell on the home of the citizen Ahmed al-Meqdad near Uqbah School in Taiz city.
According to the official, the mercenaries' artillery pounded the houses of citizens in Sofitel neighborhood in the city, which led to the injuring of three citizens, including a nine-year-old child, as well as the bombing of a residential area in al-Hoban with mortar shells.
Elsewhere Saudi regime war planes flew intensively in the sky of Mareb, Jawf and Taiz provinces, dropped a sonic bomb on al-Sa'eed area of Sa'ada province.
The hostile warplanes waged six raids on different areas of Nehm district in Sana'a province and one raid on al-Jannat area in Amran province and two others on Serwah district in Mreb province, he explained.
The Saudi-led coalition pounded several areas in Serwah district with missiles and artillery shells, and attacked al-Maton district in Jawf province and al-Arfan area in Moris district of Dhalea province with medium weapons.
UN-brokered Yemen peace talks began in Kuwait on April 21 under the auspices of the United Nations to seek a reconciliation to end more than a year of Saudi-led aggression on the impoverished state. However Saudi-sponsored delegates continue to torpedo the talks.
Nearly 9,900 Yemeni have been killed during the illegal aggression, with the vast majority of them being innocent civilians including women and children.
Riyadh launched the attack on Yemen in a bid to restore power to fugitive president Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi who is a close ally to the Saudi regime.
The strikes have also taken a heavy toll on the country’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, markets, schools, factories and mosques.