Four women and children injured in Houthis shelling on Tahita, south of Hodeidah

Four women and children injured in Houthis shelling on Tahita, south of Hodeidah


Four women and one child were injured Saturday in a shelling attack on a residential neighbourhood in al-Tahita district, south of Hodeidah Province in western Yemen, according to the Media center of the government Giants brigades.

The centre explained that mortar shells fired by the Houthi militants landed on the house of a citizen called "Ali Dukhn ", injuring four women and one child.

According to the center, the wounded were taken to the Tahita hospital.

The Houthis have been shelling heavily on the positions of government forces, villages and towns on the west coast, in repeated breaches of the Sweden agreement, which stated on a cease-fire since its entry into force on Dec. 18th .


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