Saudi airstrikes claim more lives near Yemeni capital
Yemeni military and the Houthis are fighting with Saudi mercenaries on mount al-Qatab. District Nahm, province of Sana’a.
Yemen military and the Houthis destroy technique Saudi mercenaries in the area Kahbub province of Taiz.
Over 250 Saudi-Backed Militias Killed, 400 Others Injured in Tough Battle in Ta’iz Province
The Yemeni army and popular forces continued their advances in Ta’iz province in Western Yemen, killing and injuring tens of Saudi-backed mercenaries in fierce clashes. At least 250 militias loyal to former fugitive President Mansour Hadi were killed in fierce clashes with the Yemeni army troops and popular forces. Moreover, over 400 other Saudi-backed mercenaries were injured in tough battle in Zobab and Kahboub regions of Ta’iz province.
In a relevant development on Sunday, the Yemeni army and popular forces repelled massive ground attacks by the Saudi-led coalition troops, backed by aerial and naval support, on Zobab and Kahboub regions of Ta’iz province. “The Saudi-led coalition soldiers staged large-scale attacks on Zobab and Kahboub regions in Western Ta’iz, but despite having the aerial and naval backup of the coalition they were pushed back by the Yemeni forces,” the Arabic-language al-Ahd news website quoted an unnamed Yemeni military source as saying. The source noted that the Yemeni army and popular forces destroyed 15 military vehicles of the Arab coalition and destroyed the coalition’s military positions in the surrounding areas of Kahboub and Zobab regions.
Also on Sunday, the Yemeni army and popular forces continued their advances against the Saudi-backed militias in several fronts in Ta’iz province and seized back more strategic regions. The Yemeni forces seized back several districts in Jabal al-Anin region of Ta’iz province. The Yemeni army and popular forces also advanced against the Saudi-backed militias in al-Mazabi region in the town of Maqbaneh in Ta’iz province. The Yemeni forces are now preparing to penetrate al-Nobeh region in Marnabeh town.