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Dozens of Houthis killed after overnight airstrike on Hudaydah

Dozens of Houthis killed after overnight airstrike on Hudaydah
Dozens of Houthi militants were killed in an overnight airstrike carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in Hudaydah governorate in western Yemen, sources revealed on Saturday.

The strike resulted in destroying several arms and motobikes which are being used by Houthi miltia to carry out attacks against coalition troops.

Between last December and the beginning of January this year, the Iranian-backed Houthi militias were heavily assaulted by the operations of the Yemeni National Army and the Arab Coalition Forces, led by Saudi Arabia, and it has become apparent that they are in a state of total collapse.

The Yemeni National Army and the Arab Coalition Forces have opened multiple fronts leading to Sanaa, which have created a state of confusion between the militias and cut off their connections to their central leadership, forcing many to flee or surrender.


Insiders says militias now live under the worst ever conditions on the back of the failure of their key military and field leaders, who have either been killed or captured, a miserable situation which made them commit further atrocities against unarmed civilians, recruit students forcibly and assault female school teachers.

Last Modified: Saturday، 13 January 2018 12:28 PM
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