Destruction of a "Houthi" missile platform in northern Sana'a

Elements of the Yemeni army in the vicinity of Sanaa.

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Fighters of the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen destroyed a ballistic missile launcher and a warehouse of qualitative weapons belonging to the terrorist Houthi militia, in the Harf Sufyan area in Amran, north of Sanaa.

In Hajjah, the Yemeni legitimate forces thwarted several attacks by the Houthi militia towards the liberated areas in the districts of Haradh and Abs, north of the governorate, inflicting heavy losses on the Houthis.

The sources reported that the militias had destroyed new tunnels in the vicinity of the city of Haradh by the coalition fighters, and Houthi attacks in the east of the city were also thwarted, and others in the vicinity of the "Bani Hassan" area in Abs.

The sources indicated that Houthi field leaders were killed during the past hours on the Hajjah fronts, while militia members bombed residential villages in the liberated Hiran, which led to the killing of 3 civilians and the injury of others.

In Marib, fierce battles took place in the Al-Faliha front in the southern sandy axis of the city, and in Al-Jawf, the forces of the 48th Infantry Brigade continued to secure several areas in the Al-Ajasher front in the north of the province, after their liberation, while the engineering teams of the brigade removed dozens of mines and explosive devices planted by the militias in The area, according to the media center of the Yemeni army.

In Al-Bayda, local sources reported that, at dawn today, the Houthi militia bombed the center of the Directorate of Yes, which damaged many homes and government buildings, including Al-Saha Rural Hospital, and caused panic among patients, health staff, and the people of the city.

In Al-Dhalea, Al-Houthi elements continued to bombard civilian homes in the village of Al-Mashareeh, north of the governorate, with artillery and machine guns, which led to damage to the houses, and caused panic among the residents.

In Hadhramaut, security sources reported that unidentified gunmen had kidnapped two relief workers in an international organization, at gunpoint, in the area between the Al-Qattan and Al-Abr districts, noting that the two kidnapped were German and Mexican nationals, denying the identity of the perpetrators or the circumstances of the crime.

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