Arab coalition airstrikes target Houthis-Saleh forces’ sites western Taiz - military source

Arab coalition airstrikes target Houthis-Saleh forces’ sites western Taiz - military source

The fighter jets of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition launched on Wednesday several airstrikes on the sites of the militants of the Houthi group and the forces loyal to former president Saleh in Mozza district western Taiz province, southwestern Yemen.

 

A military source told Almasdaronline that six airstrikes have targeted gatherings for the Houthi militants in the areas between Dhubab and Mozza, and destroyed a katyusha rocket launcher and a military vehicle.

 

"Three militants were killed and five others injured in the aerial bombardment".

 

The coalition aircrafts also launched other airstrikes on two vehicles in al Mocha and Khaled camp, killing four militants and injuring six others. Added the source.  

 

It is noteworthy that the Houthis are sending more of their militants to the areas near to al Nar mount and western Khaled camp, after the pro-government forces have widely deployed its troops along the areas between Dhubab and al Mocha districts.

 

The pro government forces have also intensified the artillery and missile shelling on the Houthis’ gatherings in the areas between Dhubab and southwestern Mozza.



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