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12 Iran-backed Houthis killed in Saudi-led coalition airstrikes

Arab Coalition shell Houthi posts in Sana'a
Saudi fighters - File photo
The Arab coalition in Yemen launched intensified strikes in the hotbeds of Houthis in Sa'dah and the capital Sanaa, killing two leaders of Houthi terrorists on Wednesday.

The Arab coalition strikes killed Saedan al-Bakaa, commander of the Houthi incursion in Sa'dah and Kamal Talaan, commander of the military supply of Houthis in Sa'dah.

The Saudi-led coalition also launched artillery and rocket attacks on separate sites of Houthis at Razih district in Sa'dah, as well as Houthi sites at Aldelmi airbase nearby Sanaa airport.

Military sources confirmed the death of at least 12 members of Houthi terrorists and injured others in an artillery attack by the Yemeni legitimate army in Ma'rib Governorate. Strikes also targeted a Houthi car at al-Bayda Governorate, killing all Houthis in it.

The strikes follow intercepting Houthi missiles launched on Riyadh, Najran and Jizan. The Saudi Arabia’s air defense forces also intercepted Houthi scout drone over Abha airport.
Last Modified: Thursday، 12 April 2018 12:19 PM