Saudi-Led Coalition Warplanes Commit Massacre in Yemen’s Al Hudaydah

At least 20 Yemeni civilians were killed or injured on Thursday evening by Saudi-Led Coalition airstrikes on the TeleYemen building in Al Hudaydah Province.

At least three civilians were killed and 17 others sustained injuries in initial reports of the count of casualties, while medical teams continued searching for bodies and survivors under the rubble.

Yemen has lost its connection to the internet nationwide after the strike.

The disruption began around 1AM local time on Friday and affected TeleYemen, the state-owned monopoly that controls internet access in the country, advocacy group NetBlocks said.

Yemen was “in the midst of a nation-scale internet blackout following air strike on [a] telecom building,” NetBlocks said, without immediately elaborating.

The San Diego-based Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis and San Francisco-based internet firm CloudFlare also noted a nationwide outage affecting Yemen beginning around the same time.

Yemen’s al-Masirah network released chaotic footage of people digging through rubble for a body as gunshots could be heard. Aid workers assisted bloodied survivors.

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