Violent clashes in al Mocha, and coalition warplanes strike the militias sites 

Violent clashes in al Mocha, and coalition warplanes strike the militias sites 

The clashes have intensified between the pro-government forces and the Houthi-Saleh militias in the eastern and northern al Mocha city, western Taiz governorate. 

 

A military source told Almasdaronline that the clashes expanded on Tuesday between the two sides to nearby al Nar mount area, in northern al Mocha. 

 

The pro-government forces have also been launching heavy artillery shelling on the militias’ sites in al Nar mount, along with missile shelling on the rebels’ sites in al Hamli and Khaled camp in central Mawza district, according to the source. 

 

At the same time, the pro-government forces have advanced towards Yakhtel area under heavy fire cover, after clearing the landmines networks planted by the Houthi-Saleh militias. 

 

Meanwhile, the fighter jets of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition launched four airstrikes on the militais’ sites in Khaled camp, three airstrikes on their gathering in al Hamli, and two airstrikes on al Nar mount. 

 

The source expected expansion for the clashes in the coming hours after the pro-government forces had sent huge reinforcements towards al Mocha, in order to secure al Nar mount and advance towards Khaled camp.



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