Houthis shells Red Sea mills and houses on the outskirts of Hodeidah

Houthis shells Red Sea mills and houses on the outskirts of Hodeidah


In the past few hours, Houthi militias have renewed their artillery shelling of vital installations and residential neighborhoods on the outskirts of the western Yemeni city of Hodeidah.

Field sources told Al-Masdar Online that 120 and 82-caliber mortars targeted the  Red Sea mills, not the first time they had targeted the mills, east of Hodeidah.

According to the sources, the joint forces extinguished the fire in the buildings and silos of the Red Sea mills, which the World Food Programme (WFP) uses as a central repository of humanitarian assistance to the Yemeni people.

Houthi militias also shelled residential houses on Sana'a Street, east of Hodeidah, and the village of Mandhar in al-Hok district, south of the city, and destroyed some houses as a result of shelling.


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