Buildings that date back thousands of years were damaged on Saturday in the Old City of Sana’a. At least thirty people were killed and over one hundred and thirty people injured during Saudi led bombardment that damaged the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Roughly seven members of one family were killed, seventeen houses were completely destroyed, one hundred and thirty homes were severely damaged and another three hundred partially damaged.
The headquarters of the Ministry of Interior, television and radio stations and police were targeted in the Saudi led airstrikes that were carried out on one of the busiest streets in Sanaa.
Ministry of Health officials have requested help from the international organizations to help care for all the injured.