The Saudi warplanes bombarded twice on Tuesday the Yarim department in Doorin area in the province of Ebb, targeting civic homes.
The Saudi warplanes bombarded Tuesday Al-Jarbaa area in Dale' province southern of Yemen, Al-Mayadeen TV network reported.
The hostile planes also hit earlier at dawn the Yarim department in Doorin area in the province of Ebb, targeting civic homes.
The attack resulted in demolishing four homes and leaving their residents killed and injured, including women and children.
Earlier on Monday, the Yemeni army and the popular committees forced their way into the southern city of Ad Dali.
The 33rd Armored Brigade and allied forces managed to enter the city following six days of violent clashes with militiamen of outgoing President Abedrabbu Mansour Hadi.
Ad Dali, seen as a major route to the southern provinces, has recently seen heavy fighting between the popular committees Hadi's militia group, leaving dozens dead, including civilians.
A coalition of 10 countries, led by the Saudi Arabia, launched late Wednesday a wide military offensive on Yemen, killing 20 civilians, wounding scores others and causing so much destruction.
Media outlets reported that Saudi Arabia has deployed "100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers and other navy units" for the military campaign against Yemen. It also sent 5000 takfiri terrorists to fight against the Yemeni army.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is known for training and funding takfiri groups and sending them to the conflict-hit zones in the Arab and Muslim world, including Syria, Afghanistan and now in Yemen.