Coalition fighters destroy Houthi weapons depots in Saada
Last night, the fighters of the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen carried out a large-scale targeting operation on the sites and gatherings of the terrorist Houthi militia in the Saada governorate, targeting separate sites in the districts of "Manabeh, Shada, Baqim, and Kitaf", leaving dead and wounded among the militias, and destroying combat mechanisms. Houthi weapons stores.
Field sources confirmed that the raids left huge explosions at the targeted sites, and coalition fighters also targeted a gathering of militia reinforcements in the Al-Ajasher front, north of Al-Jawf, and destroyed a command and communication center for booby-trapped marches in the Harf Sufyan area, north of Sanaa, and also targeted a ballistic missile launcher in the Al-Shariya district of Al-Bayda governorate. .
The coalition fighters targeted Houthi movements in the Juba district, south of Marib, which is witnessing intermittent battles between the Yemeni legitimate forces and tribes on the one hand, and the Houthi militia on the other, leaving a number of dead among the militias.
The Yemeni army's reconnaissance units had monitored large Houthi movements in the vicinity of Ma'rib from the "Wadi Dhanna front, the outskirts of Al-Juba, the city of Serwah, and the Al-Alam area", apparently preparing for a new attack.
The coalition fighters continued to target militia positions and reinforcements on the fronts north of Hajjah, and in Al-Dhalea, the joint and southern forces repelled a massive Houthi attack towards their positions in the "Al-Jub-Sabirah" sector in the southwest of the province.
Amran, north of Sanaa, witnessed a massive operation to confiscate the properties of opponents of the Houthi militia, as the militias confiscated 14 homes in the city of Amran.
In Ibb, the Houthi campaign of raids continued in separate areas of the governorate to confiscate the homes and lands of opponents, and affected the homes and lands of the Al-Auj family, to which the Minister of Communications Najeeb Al-Auj belongs, in addition to confiscating 40 homes and land worth 4 billion Yemeni riyals.
Two children were killed and three others were injured, Tuesday evening, as a result of the explosion of a landmine left by Al-Houthi in the Wadi Ahmed area, north of the capital, Sanaa.
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