Huge losses for Houthi militias in Taiz and Al Bayda
The losses of the Houthi and Saleh militias are still on the rise on various fronts in Yemen
The losses of the Houthi and Saleh militias are still on the rise on various fronts in Yemen.
In Taiz, 7 militiamen were killed during violent clashes with the national army while the resistance forces repulsed a military campaign waged by the militias in the province of Al Bayda in central Yemen.
In Kahboub district in the northeast of Bab al-Mandab, violent clashes took place at night; various heavy weapons were used. The national army and the resistance forces bombarded the militia sites in Kahboub, Omari camp and the Dhubab region.
In the East of Taiz, national army units attacked militias’ sites and gatherings in the surrounding of the Canadian hospital and the Plastic plant.
In the province of Al Bayda in central Yemen, the Popular Resistance repulsed a military campaign launched by the militias in Jasimah and Nofan in Qurayshia.
The resistance sources confirmed that the attack was repulsed and the militias were forced to retreat after confrontations that lasted for several hours and resulted in casualties and injuries in the ranks of the militia. Moreover, a military vehicle belonging to the militias in Qifa was targeted and all the passengers were killed.
In the Dalea province in the south-west of Yemen, security sources reported that 4 members of the Houthi militia were killed and 6 others were wounded in an ambush set by the Popular Resistance.
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