Tags / Airstrikes
July 29, 2016
Video shows damage caused by the Saudi-Led coalition airstrikes on districts of Saada.
This video shows an explosion at a weapons depot located in the Nuqum Mountain, in the outskirts of Yemen's capital Sanaa, on 1 June 2015.
This video shows an explosion of an ammunition depot in the capital Sanaa on 9 May 2015.
This video shows an alleged Saudi-led coalition airstrike on Yemen former president Ali Abdullah Saleh's house, located on Algeria Street in the capital Sanaa on 10 May 2015.
April 21, 2015
This video shows several Yemenis, including children, at a hospital in Sanaa. The victims were severely injured in an airstrike that targeted a Houthi-held military base in the Sanaa suburb of Faj Attan on April 20. Civilian neighborhoods located about 5 km away from the base were severely damaged.
The interviewed patients recall the last moments before they were hit. One of the children says that he was injured while he was on the street, trying to make a living by selling a traditional plant used for brushing teeth called miswak.
According to the Yemeni official news agency Saba, at least 25 people were killed and 398 others wounded in the attack.
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Boy) Abdullah Mohamed Gushab, A civilian injured in an airstrike
00:18 – 00:28
"I was selling miswaq in Jamaal Street. The attack began and then the explosion hit me.
Q: There was an airplane?
A: An airplane."
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Mohamed Gushab, The father of a civilian injured in an airstrike
00:29 – 00:52
"He was just selling miswaq in order to provide food for the family. He was in Tahrir Square and then the plane launched a strike and he was hit. He was injured severely. A benefactor found him and took him to the hospital."
SOUNDBITE (English, Man) Emanual Abdullah, A civilian injured in an airstrike
01:10 – 01:41
“I come from Faj Attan. And I as inside my house, so I was about coming out when I had the bomb blast in front of my house. I was thinking all over my life and the big block smashed my head. That is how I got the injury. And the doctor is saying something about making an operation on me tomorrow. So… that is just it.”
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Boy) Abd al-Wahab, A civilian injured in an airstrike
02:00 – 02:28
"The first explosion was light. I went to see where it had hit and then the second missile was launched and I did not expect the strike to be that strong. I thought I was in a horror movie. I tried to run and the door of the store fell on my back. I then tried to run again but the debris hit me and I was injured."
April 20, 2015
These photos, taken in the aftermath an airstrike against the Scud missile base at Faj Attan outside Sanaa, show large-scale destruction in a civilian neighborhood. A huge explosion injured many people inside their homes, while cars in queues at petrol stations, about 4 km away from the base were completely wrecked.
The base is under the control of pro-Houthi Yemeni army units. It has been targeted several times by airstrikes since the start of the Saudi-led campaign Decisive Storm.
Most houses in the vicinity of the Faj Attan base were severely damaged during airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition.
A large pillar of smoke resulting from airstrikes on the Faj Attan base is seen from about 5 km away.
People carry an injured civilian into a hospital following airstrikes against Faj Attan military base.
Even buildings that were relatively distant from the targeted base in Fah Attan were damaged in the airstrikes.
This car was parked in a queue at a petrol station near Faj Attan military base when shrapnel landed on it.
People gather to inspect this car, which was destroyed while parked in a queue at a petrol station near Faj Attan military base.
Bomb shrapnel landed some 4 km away from the targeted base and hit several cars that were queuing at a petrol station. Luckily, the owner of this car was not hurt.
Bystanders inspect civilian cars that were severely damaged in the bombing of the nearby base of Faj Attan.
This injured man was at home at the time of the bombing of the military base in Faj Attan near Sanaa. His house was severely damaged.
These fragments, believed to be from ammunition stored in Faj Attan base, landed in a civilian neighbor several kilometers away.
Several residential buildings near the targeted base in Faj Attan, in the outskirts of Sanaa were severely damage in the bombing.
This family was forced to leave its home, which was severely damaged during the bombing of the nearby military of Faj Attan.
Stores such as the one that appears in this photo were damaged by large bomb shrapnel.
A man drives a car that has been severely damaged during airstrikes on a military base in Faj Attan near Sanaa.
A house damaged by the airstrikes that targeted the nearby Faj Atan base outside Sanaa appears in this photo.
Glass inside this house was shattered by the airstrikes that targeted the nearby military base in Faj Attan outside Sanaa.
Shattered glass covers the floor in this house near the military in Faj Attan outside Sanaa.
The precinct surrounding this football stadium was nearly totally destroyed in the airstrikes that targeted the nearby Faj Attan military base. One of the workers at the stadium was injured.
A football stadium was damaged in airstrikes that targeted the nearby base of Faj Attan outside Sanaa.
This family had to leave their home and look for another shelter following the airstrikes that targeted the nearby base in Faj Attan outside Sanaa. Most civilian homes in the vicinity of the base were severely damaged by the airstrikes.
Video shows what appear to be cluster munitions being dropped on the area of Sahar in the northern Yemeni province of Saada, a stronghold of the Houthis. The target of the bombing is unknown.
The video shows Houthi civilians and fighters protested against the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in the city of Ibb on Monday, April 13th.
The video shows the aftermath of an alleged coalition airstrike that hit a civilian house in the city of Ibb on Monday, April 13th. Civilians gathered at the site to help with the rescue efforts.
According to witnesses, 13 members of the same family died when the top floor was hit by a missile, collapsing the building. People then marched on the streets protesting against the airstrikes.
The airstrike targeted a sports hall and severely damaged adjacent residential buildings. The spokesperson for the Saudi-led military campaign Brigadier-General Ahmad al-Assiri said in a recent statement that Houthi fighters are using sports facilities to store ammunition.
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed Injured
Interviewer: May you be healed. What happened to you?
Injured Man: [UNINTELLIGIBLE]
Interviewer: Do you live near the stadium?
NAT Sound (Arabic) People cheering at a pro-Houthi rally
“We shall sacrifice our soul and blood for you, Yemen.” “One Yemeni blood.” “O cowardly Saudi, you are an agent of the Americans.” “One Yemeni people; one Yemeni army.”
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Jamil Qassem Abdu Hizam Bu-Hussein, A relative of the victims
05:04 – 05:58
Interviewer: Your name, your name…
“My name is Jamil Qassem Abdu Hizam Bu-Hussein. The victims are members of Abdu Ali Mohammad Hizam Bu-Hussein’s family, my cousin. There were 13 people in the house. Today we took five of them out, we also took two girls out yesterday while the remaining ones are under the rubble. Interviewer: What is your message to the House of Saud?
My message to the house of Saud is that they are damned for eternity. Thanks be to God for what happened. God willing, we shall shake the ground under the Saudis.”
A collection of videos from the war in Yemen from April 11th to April 17th.
South Yemen militia fighters fire at Houthi rebels from their positions in the southern city of Aden on Sunday, April 12th.
Saudi-led airstrikes targeted alleged Houthi positions in the outskirts of the southern city of Aden on Sunday, April 12th. Smoke could be seen rising from the hills surrounding Aden where Houthi rebels are said to be positioned.
An empty street in the southern city of Aden was hit by an explosion on Sunday, April 12th.
A collection of videos from the war in Yemen from March 30th to April 10th.
The Saudi-led coalition bombed a Houthi military base at Faj Attan district in the capital Sanaa on April 9, 2015 between 4:30PM and 5:00PM.
April 10, 2015
Video of clashes and aftermath of shelling in the southern Yemeni city of Mualla near Aden.
April 7, 2015
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes hit al-Sabtain school resulting in the death of two students. Allegedly the airstrikes were targeting the Hamza Military Base, located nearby.
The video shows the aftermath of the airstrikes, and an interview with a school boy named Mohammad Moshen Abdo al-Rashidi who is lying on a hospital bed. Mohammad says that his arm has been amputated.
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Boy) Mohammad Moshen Abdo al-Rashidi, Injured Student
Interviewer: Tell us what happened with you.
Injured student: "We were at school, studying, when the explosions hit the base. As soon as we heard the sound of explosions, we went out to the schoolyard. When we heard the second explosion, we fled the school. We were caught by surprise when explosion took place outside the school. I suddenly realized that I was the hospital and my arm was amputated. They told us that two students were killed and that I was taken with another student to the hospital. I do not know anything else.
Interviewer: What is your name?
Injured student: Mohammad Moshen Abdo al-Rashidi”
Dozens of Shiite Muslim protesters marched through the city of Srinagar in Indian administered Kashmir on Friday April 3, 2015 to demonstrate against the Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen. The Protesters chanted anti-America and Israel slogans.
March 31, 2015
Video shows soldiers from the Iraqi Army with remaining Shiite militias clash with ISIS as they advance into Tikrit, raise Iraqi flag over former ISIS strongholds. Many Shiite militias had refused to participate in the assault after the intervention of the US in the campaign.
The first shot is of burning building with an ISIS flag amidst the smoke. Later we see troops raising the Iraqi flag over a previous ISIS fortification. One can also make out a drone and an Iraqi officer giving coordinates on a walkie-talkie.
Iraq’s leader, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced that his forces had recaptured the strategic city of Tikrit on Tuesday March 30, 2015. The official Iraqiya television station published a headline quoting the PM's words: “Tikrit has fallen to us.”
Nonetheless, local sources in Tikrit say that ISIS still controls many parts of the city and that heavy fighting is still going on.
For the first time Saudi-led coalition air strikes target the 33rd Armored Brigade, loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh and backed up by the Houthis, in the town of Al-Dali, local sources say.
The video shows 33rd Armored Brigade positions minutes before the attack and then air strikes hitting the Jarbaa military base in Al-Dali, which the 33rd Brigade has taken over.
The 33rd Armored Brigade, along with Houthi militants, have been attacking the town of Al-Dali for the past few days but have been met with fierce resistance from al-Herak al-Janubi (‘Southern Movement’) separatists who have prevented them from entering the town.