Yemen administration kills 70 people in attacks, intensified fighting with rebels or 6:24 on January 20
Saudi Arabia and other supporters of the Hadi administration's army are attacked in Yemen in the Middle East where civil wars continue, killing at least 70 people, and there is concern that fighting will intensify with Iran-backed rebels in the future .
In Yemen, the civil war between the Hadi government, supported by Saudi Arabia, and other rebels, the Iran-backed rebels, and the Fushi faction, has lasted more than four and a half years, and is said to be a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
The Hadi administration's military training camp in Malibu, central Central, was attacked on the night of March 18, and Reuters News Agency and others report that at least 70 soldiers have died and many have been injured.
We do not know the exact situation, but it is believed that the missile hit the mosque where soldiers gathered for worship and the damage was spread.
Yemen's President Hadi issued a statement, claiming that the attack was an insurgency, and said, "It has become clear that they do not want peace. They are cheap tools to realize Iran's policy. Yes. "
The Yemen civil war has been lulled by ongoing negotiations between Saudi Arabia and the rebels, which are backing the administration's backing in order to overcome the situation.
However, it is feared that the battle will intensify again after this attack.