Coalition intensifies airstrikes in Dhubab and al Mocha, and clashes ongoing in Makbana and al Wazieyah

Coalition intensifies airstrikes in Dhubab and al Mocha, and clashes ongoing in Makbana and al Wazieyah

The fighters and helicopters of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition have intensified the airstrikes on the Houthis and Saleh militants sites in Dhubab and al Mocha districts, western Taiz city, southwestern Yemen.

 

Field sources told Almasderonline that four raids have targeted the rebels sites in al Shabaka mount in Dhubab district, and ten raids targeted their sites in al Jadeed area as well as some boats used for smuggling weapons near Wahija area.

 

The coalition helicopters also launched five raids on the rebels sites in al Mocha city, and other raids targeted their sites western al Kadaha area in Dhubab.

 

The intensive aerial bombing is coincided with fierce confrontations and heavy artillery shelling between the government forces and the Houthis in the center of Dhubab district

 

A military source said that the government forces are controlling the fire line in al Amry camp, and are intensifying the artillery and missile shelling on the rebels sites in al Jadeed area.

 

In a related context, the government and pro-government forces have seized control on al Owaid mount in Maqbana district, western Taiz city, and are bombing the Houthis sites in Rasen Bani Omar area in al Wazieyah.

 

On the other hand, the Houthis and Saleh forces are bombing the civilians' houses In Karesh area, western Taiz city, from their positions in al Howaimi and al Shariga areas.

 



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