At least 6 people were killed by air strikes in the presidential palace in Yemen

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 At least 6 people were killed by air strikes in the presidential palace in Yemen


An official of the Yemen security department, who did not want to be named, told Xinhua that some senior members of the armed forces were holding secret meetings in the presidential palace during the air raid, including the senior members of the armed forces and the president of the new supreme political committee, Mehdi Moussa. Hu said 7 days through Saba news agency issued a statement that the air raid on that day caused dozens of casualties. Witnesses at the scene saw that all roads near the site were blocked and medical personnel were busy at the scene. Earlier in the day, the headquarters of the Yemen Ministry of defense, which was also controlled by hucse, was attacked near the presidential palace. No casualties were reported. In September 2014, Yemens armed forces seized the capital Sanaa, forcing President Hardy to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched a military code named decisive storm against Hus armed forces. Source: Xinhua editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 An official of the Yemen security department, who did not want to be named, told Xinhua that some senior members of the armed forces were holding secret meetings in the presidential palace during the air raid, including the senior members of the armed forces and the president of the new supreme political committee, Mehdi Moussa. Hu said 7 days through Saba news agency issued a statement that the air raid on that day caused dozens of casualties. Witnesses at the scene saw that all roads near the site were blocked and medical personnel were busy at the scene. Earlier in the day, the headquarters of the Yemen Ministry of defense, which was also controlled by hucse, was attacked near the presidential palace. No casualties were reported. In September 2014, Yemens armed forces seized the capital Sanaa, forcing President Hardy to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched a military code named decisive storm against Hus armed forces.