4 Houthi "marches" were shot down in the sky of Nehm, Sanaa

Yemeni army liberates 7 strategic locations in Al-Jawf

Yemeni army fighters raise the victory badge.


Yesterday, the Yemeni army forces and the tribes, with the support of the coalition fighters, liberated seven strategic sites in Al-Jawf Governorate, as part of a military operation aimed at restoring the sites that were controlled by the Houthi militia in the governorate early this year, while four Houthi drones were shot down in the sky Fronts Nehm Sanaa, with the continued escalation and violations of the Houthis on the fronts of the West Coast.

In the details, the Yemeni army forces and the tribes, with the support of the Arab coalition fighters, yesterday, were able to complete the liberation of several areas in the Yemeni governorate of Al-Jawf, according to field sources, confirming the liberation of Kamel Al-Jadafir, Adwan, Wadi Halhalan, the Khusaf region, and the Marwan family.

The sources stated that the army and the tribes had regained the headquarters of the Sixth Military Region in Al-Jawf, and were able to liberate the Al-Aqsa Mountains, and continued to advance towards the fronts on the road linking Al-Jawf and Marib in a qualitative military operation, with great support from the Arab coalition fighters, which left dead and wounded among the Houthis, including leaders Prominent field.

Meanwhile, the engineering teams of the Border Guard Brigades continued the process of clearing and removing mines and explosives in the liberated areas, one day after removing and destroying 900 landmines, which were removed from Khanjar and Barqa, after they were liberated from the militias.

In Marib, field sources confirmed the renewed confrontations in the Jabal Murad front, and that the battles left a number of deaths among the Houthis, including two prominent leaders: Nasser Masoud Nasser Al-Riyami and Sayf Muhammad Al-Riyami, who are close to the militia leader Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi.

In Nehm, Sanaa governorate, battles continued between the two sides on the Al-Jadaan, Salab and Najd al-Ataq fronts, in which the militias suffered heavy losses, while the fighters of the seventh region managed to shoot down four Houthi drones in the sky of Nehm.

The militias acknowledged the deaths of 17 of their fighters, in the confrontations of the past two days, on the fronts of the vicinity of the capital, Sana'a, including field leaders.

In Saada, the coalition fighters continued to pound the militia sites and reinforcements, for the second day in a row, and were able to target a Houthi site in the Shada district, as well as sites in Razih and Munbah, which led to the destruction of vehicles, and the death and injury of many Houthis.

In Hodeidah, the militias continued their violations of the armistice, and yesterday, they launched attacks on residential areas in Hays, Al-Tuhaita, Al-Duraihimi, and east of the city of Hodeidah, according to sources in the Giants Brigades, which monitored 94 violations of the truce committed by the militias in those areas, within 12 hours, in which they were used Various types of weapons, including guided missiles.

Guterres warns of impending famine in Yemen

Yesterday, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, warned that Yemen "now faces imminent danger, the worst famine the world has seen in decades."

"In the absence of immediate action, we may lose millions of lives," Guterres said in a statement.

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