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Coalition strikes Houthi ammunition dump in Taiz

Yemeni military sources announced that coalition warplanes targeted and struck Houthi militia weapons’ caches in Taiz

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Arab coalition airstrikes targeted several positions of the Houthi rebels and forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh across Yemen on Friday.

Yemeni military sources confirmed that coalition warplanes had targeted and struck Houthi militia weapon caches in the southwestern city of Taiz.

At the same time, the coalition warplanes bombed several mobile targets and weapons caches of the Houthi-Saleh alliance, in various parts of Saada province.

The rebels responded with a counter attack, apparently targeting residential areas, as a result, an unknown number of civilians were killed or injured.

In Mareb, coalition fighters struck Houthi militia on the outskirts of the Sarwah area.

Meanwhile coalition airstrikes hit a missile launching pad south of al Hadidah city, beside few others in the Jarban wadi in the Directorate of Sanhan.

*This article can be viewed in Arabic on AlArabiya.net