Tags / Wrecked Cars
May 18, 2015
Video shows buildings and cars in the Aden neighborhood of al-Buraiqa damaged by airstrikes conducted by the Saudi-led coalition and clashes on the ground between Houthi fighters and rival militiamen.
Gunshots resulting from clashes between Houthi militias and fighters supporting President Abed Rabbu Hadi Mansour can be heard.
Wide/ zoom out of building with southern Yemeni flag hoisted above it. NAT Sound: Quranic recitation broadcast through loudspeakers
Wide of fighters loyal to President Hadi running amid the rubble
Various of damaged and cars
Wide of military vehicle that belongs to fighters loyal to President Hadi
Various of damaged and cars
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.
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.
March 26, 2015
Video shows the aftermath of an airstrike on the residential neighborhood of Bani Hawwat near the international airport of Sanaa. At least one dead body appears buried under the rubble.
A coalition led by Saudi Arabia launched air attacks against Houthi-held locations on March 26 at midnight . According to local sources, at least 10 people were killed and four fighter jets were destroyed in the attacks.
An ATO forward operating post was shelled near the town of Kramatorsk, causing casualties and damage to vehicles and roads.
Kramatorsk was the scene of heavy shelling and rocket attacks, according to Ukrainian President Poroshenko from pro-Russian rebels, on February 10. The shelling killed twelve civilians and wounded more than 30.
Just days ahead of peace talks scheduled to take place in Minsk, pro-Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces saw another round of heavy clashes. Both sides claim to have made gains during the battles.