Sana'a: A dozen airstrikes hit a camp used by Houthis to launch ballistic missiles

Sana'a: A dozen airstrikes hit a camp used by Houthis to launch ballistic missiles

Eyewitnesses and a source said that fighter jets from the Saudi-led Arab Coalition launched on Wednesday more than 12 airstrikes on a military camp controlled by pro-Houthi/Saleh forces in Hamadan district, north of the capital, Sana'a.

 

One of the eyewitnesses told Almasdaronline that the airstrikes targeted Anjar, a military site overlooking Wadi Dhahr in Hamdan district after the Houthis had brought weapons from the 1st Mountainous Infantry Brigade and the nearby 140th Air Defense Brigade.

 

A military source said that heavy weapons were also transferred earlier from the Presidential Palace in Sana’a to Anjar military camp in Hamdan district.

 

The source added that the fighter jets launched the airstrikes within minutes of the arrival of a small truck, carrying a number of people, including people likely not Yemenis.

 

It is noteworthy that over the past two years the Houthis and their allied forces have launched a number of ballistic missiles from al Kasarat military sites in Marib city, eastern the capital, Sana'a.

 



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