Houthi leaders killed in precision strike along with 35 others

Saudi-led Arab coalition jets hit Houthi terrorists in Amran
Saudi-led Arab coalition jets hit Houthi terrorists in Amran

Leading Houthi leader, Muhsin Muhammad al-Ghuraibi, was killed along with 35 militia members in the Yemeni province of Al Jawf on Thursday, Al-Arabiya reported.
The strike also killed Abu Jihad al-Hamzi supervisor of preventive security, Abu Mortada the engineers battalion commander and Abu Ruhollah commander of the Jawf front.
The Yemeni National Army responded to an attack by the militias on al-Jawf province that killed three minors.
Coalition aircraft provided support and conducted precision air strikes on three Houthi military formations. The coalition also destroyed an anti-aircraft position that the militia had tried to use in targeting coalition fighters.
Thursday morning, Houthi military vehicles in Jawf province were also targeted while enroute to supply the militia controlled fronts.
A military source confirmed that the National Army monitored the military vehicles, which were carrying ammunition and supplies, heading towards the front.

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