Statement: 11 Houthi militants, two Poplar Resistance members killed in Taiz

Statement: 11 Houthi militants, two Poplar Resistance members killed in Taiz

The Popular Resistance in Taiz governorate, southwest of Yemen, has announced that 11 Houthi and Saleh forces were killed on Monday in battles against the government and pro-government forces.

 

In a statement, the Media Center of the Poplar Resistance said that two of its members were also killed and seven others wounded in those battles.

 

The battles renewed between the two parties in the western front of the city after the Houthis had launched an attack on government forces sites in Jabal Han vicinity.

 

According to the center, the Houthi field leader Abu Azzam was killed in the battles. Meanwhile, a fighter for the Saudi-led Arab Coalition have launched an airstrike on a group of Houthi militants and an ammunition store in al Roa area of Mowza'a district.

In a relevant context, 10 civilians were injured by Houthis and Saleh forces shelling on residential neighborhoods downtown and west of the city.



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