Battles between legitimate forces and militias in four Yemeni governorates

Two elements of the Yemeni army in Ma'rib.

Battles continued on the fronts of southern Marib between the legitimate Yemeni forces and tribes on the one hand, and the terrorist Houthi militia on the other hand, for the fourth consecutive day in the Ramli axis, while the fronts of Hajjah, Taiz and Al-Jawf witnessed violent confrontations between the two sides.

Field sources confirmed the widening of the battles on the fronts south of Marib, to include the “Ramla” area in the eastern Jabal al-Balaq vicinity, in addition to the “Lajma, Faliha and Al-Rardha” areas in the same axis. Various combat mechanisms belonging to the Houthis were destroyed.

The Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced that it had carried out 11 targeting operations against the Houthi militia in Marib during the past 24 hours, which led to the destruction of 6 vehicles and human losses among the militias.

On the other hand, the militias bombed a popular market in the oil city of Safer, east of Marib, which led to the deaths and injuries of civilians.

In Al-Jawf, the artillery of the Yemeni army bombed Houthi sites east of the city of Al-Hazm, killing 15 Houthis and wounding others, according to field sources, confirming the destruction of Houthi mechanisms and fortifications in the vicinity of the strategic Al-Labanat camp.

In Hajjah, the forces exchanged artillery shelling with the Houthis on the Haradh front, which led to the death of a number of Houthis, including a prominent leader.

In Taiz, the forces of the Yemeni army and the resistance thwarted an attempt to infiltrate Houthi elements towards the Al-Aqrod front, southeast of Taiz, according to a field source, stressing that the Houthis incurred heavy losses.

Sanaa witnessed an explosion targeting one of the security headquarters in the city, and a local source confirmed that the attack targeted the Al-Siyaghi police station in the city with an explosive device, which led to the death and injury of a number of Houthi security personnel.

In Al-Bayda, militia members killed the 19-year-old Ibrahim Muhammad Al-Jahoushi at the Abu Muhammad point in the Dhi Naem district while he was passing through the point, returning from Lahj governorate, due to his refusal to deliver a quantity of fuel that he had in his car.

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