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Video: Airstrike on residential neighborhood near girls’ school in Sanaa

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SANA’A – Video footage obtained by Yemen Press Agency on Sunday shows the moment when the US-backed Saudi-led coalition warplanes bomb a residential neighborhood near the al-Ra’i school in the Sa’wan district, east of the capital Sana’a, leaving human casualties.

Saudi-led coalition warplanes have launched several air strikes on civilian targets in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, causing several casualties.

The coalition committed a new massacre, by targeting the Al-Ra’ai’s school in Sawan district, in the east of Sana’a.

Eyewitnesses told the Yemen Press Agency that 11 female students were killed and 34 others injured in an initial toll. Some of the wounded were reported in critical condition.

The pressure of explosion hit the gas depot of the school and destroyed the glass windows, which contributed to the increased amount of casualties among the female students present.

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Information Minister condemns Saudi cyberterrorism

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SANA’A – Minister of Information Dhaifallah Al-Shami said on Monday morning that the countries of aggression fabricate lies through hacking the Yemeni news agency Saba’s website, during which they have published false news for a few minutes.

Al-Shami pointed out that what was published about President Mahdi al-Mashat is incorrect, and that they will conduct a full investigation into it.

The Yemeni news agency Saba had previously announced that its website has been penetrated by hackers, publishing false news.

The head of the editor board, Mohamed Al-Mansour said that the site was restored after it was hacked by hostile parties.

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Saba News chairman comments on Saudi hacking attemp

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SANA’A – Mohammed Yahya al-Mansour, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Yemeni News Agency Saba on Monday said that their website has been hacked by hackers, who published false information and news.

“the engineering team of the Yemeni News Agency Saba managed to restore the agency’s website after being hacked by pirates belonging to Saudi-led aggression who published false news about an interview with President of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi al-Mashat, ” Saba News chairman added.

ِAl- Mansour noted that the agency’s engineering team had taken the necessary action

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Yemen Media Union condemns hacking of Saba News Agency

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SANA’A -The Yemeni media union (YMU) condemned the hacking of the Yemeni News Agency Saba on Monday June 17th by unknown parties that posted false and untrue information.

According to a report obtained by the Yemeni Media Union, the engineering team of the Yemeni news agency Saba managed to restore the agency’s website after being hacked by pirates belonging to Saudi-led aggression who published false news about an interview with President of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi al-Mashat.

The Yemeni Media Union considered the attempt to hack the official news agency and spread false news in order to provoke public opinion as a failed attempt which demonstrates the strength and effectiveness of the national media institutions in exposing the crimes and violations committed by the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition against the Yemeni people, as well as showing the victories of the army and popular Committees on various fronts.

The attack confirms the inability of the media arsenal belonging to the aggression coalition to stand against the real victories of the Yemeni people militarily and in the media, the statement read

The YMU called on all international and local organisations concerned with rights and freedoms to solidarity with the Yemeni news agency Saba and condemn the piracy and hacking of its site.

The Union praised the role of Yemeni journalists in confronting the challenges faced by Yemen over the past four years of siege and aggression with the honest word, voice and image of truthful reporting.

 

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