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Saudi mercenaries kill 3 children in Yemen’s Jawf province

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Saudi mercenaries have killed three children in Yemen’s Jawf province.

During their assault on a number of civilian buildings in Matun district in the northern Jawf province on Saturday, they also injured several other people.


Riyadh is continuing with it merciless attacks on Yemen despite ongoing UN-backed peace talks being held in Kuwait.

Earlier in the week, the UN special envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, announced that the warring parties have released more than 700 prisoners since the beginning of the peace talks aimed at ending the conflict gripping the war-hit state.

The peace talks, which started in Kuwait City on April 21, were held against the backdrop of an open-ended ceasefire that began in the country at midnight on April 10.

Warring parties also began face-to-face negotiations for the first time on April 30.

Yemen has seen almost daily military attacks by Saudi Arabia since late March 2015, with internal sources putting the toll from the bloody aggression at about 10,000. The Saudi military aggression was launched to crush the Houthis and allies and restore power to Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, a staunch ally of Riyadh.

The Houthi Ansarullah fighters took state matters into their own hands after the resignation and escape of Hadi, which threw Yemen into a state of uncertainty.

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