The coalition said the strikes targeted a drones manufacturing plant and a store containing launch pads. There were no immediate reports of any casualties or damage, according to Reuters.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have been attacking Yemen since March 2015 to restore power to its former Riyadh-friendly officials.
According to Yemen’s Health Ministry, more than 19,000 have died since the onset of the warfare. This is while various reports put the death toll far higher, saying a Saudi-enforced media blackout has prevented proper investigation into the number of the fatalities.
The war has maimed the impoverished country’s infrastructure, including health facilities.
In a latest massacre of civilians, at least 14 people were killed and 95 others, mostly students, sustained injuries after Saudi-led warplanes launched aerial assaults against an area in Sa'wan district in Sana'a province on Sunday evening.