Yemen: Yemeni judge and six members of his family killed in Saudi raids

Yemen: Yemeni judge and six members of his family killed in Saudi raids

The strikes of the Arab coalition killed a Yemeni judge, and six members of his family in the capital Sanaa.

Saudi warplanes attacked the house of the judge in the district of Hay al-Nahdha, where several others were injured. They have performed at least seven air raids on the central province of Marib, the southwestern province of Taizz and Hajjah province.

Saudi Arabia began its military aggression against Yemen March 26, 2015. The attacks are intended to undermine the Ansarullah movement and restore the power of the fugitive former president Abd Rabo Mansour Hadi.

Some 8,300 people were killed and over 16,000 wounded since the start of Saudi strikes against Yemen. The war also destroyed the infrastructure of this country.