Coalition fighters bomb repels sites in Sana'a and Mocha

Coalition fighters bomb repels sites in Sana'a and Mocha

The fighters of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition have launched several air raids on the sites of the Houthi group and Saleh forces in al Mocha and Dhubab districts, west of Taiz governorate, southwest of Yemen, and other raids on military camps controlled by the Houthi repels in capital Sana'a.

 

Local sources told Almasdaronline that the coalition fighters launched late Tuesday evening three raids on al Amri military camp, southern Dhubab district, and a fourth raid on the repels gatherings north of al Mocha city, west of Taiz.

 

The raids came hours after the coalition fighters have bombed Khalid bin al Walid military camp with 17 missile.

In the capital Sanaa, local residents told Almasdaronline that the coalition fighters bombed on Wednesday Dhabwa and Raimat Humaid camps, southeast of the city, with more than 8 raids.
 



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