Infographic: 2555 days of Saudi coalition aggression on Yemen

Monday, 4 April 2022 - 11:04
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ISWNews Analysis Group: During the 2555 days (seven years) of war, crime and aggression of the Saudi coalition against Yemen, 17734 people were martyred, of which 2434 were women and 4017 were children.

The Ayn al-Ansaniyah Research and Statistics Center has released statistics on the crimes and atrocities committed by the Saudi coalition against Yemen during the 2555 days of war.

Statistics of the Saudi coalition aggression on Yemen after 2555 days:
The total number of martyrs and wounded is 46,262, of which 17,734 are martyrs, of which 2434 are women and 4017 are children. 26931 people were injured, of which 2910 were women and 4586 were children.

In the past 2555 days, the Saudi coalition has destroyed 15 airports, 16 ports, 340 power stations and generators, and 609 networks and communication stations.
Also, 2799 reservoirs and water distribution system, 2091 government facilities and 6743 bridges and roads were targeted or destroyed.

The number of destroyed and damaged factories reached to 404. 378 fuel tankers, 11901 business establishments, 433 poultry and livestock, 9770 transport means, 482 fishing boats, 999 food stores, 416 fuel stations, 696 markets and 965 food trucks were destroyed and damaged.

The number of destroyed and damaged civilian houses has reached 590,069. 182 university centers, 1612 mosques, 375 tourist centers and 410 hospitals and health centers were destroyed and damaged.
The Saudi coalition attacks also destroyed and damaged 1214 schools and institutes, 9721 agricultural lands, 139 sports facilities, 253 historical sites and 60 media centers were destroyed and damaged.

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