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Yemen army clashes with Houthis in Mokha

The Yemeni army repulsed an offensive by Houthis east Mokha amid militias’ futile attempts to retake the city

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The Yemeni army repulsed an offensive by Houthis east Mokha amid militias’ futile attempts to retake the city, meanwhile, heavy clashes between the warring factions continue in different fronts Friday.

Furthermore, Apache helicopters pounded militia reinforcements on the highway links al Haidiya Taiz and Mokha, as the coalition fighter jets bombard militias’ bunkers and strongholds east al Mokha city.

According to military sources, militants inflicted heavy human losses after the government army repelled an attack on its posts in the strategic Han Mountain in Hazran.

Furthermore, coalition jets struck three militia positions north-east and south the capital, Sana’a.

Separately, four explosive experts were killed while rigging a mosque with explosives in Shabwa Province.

The dead include “Abu Tamir” a Houthi leader and explosive expert, local sources told Al Arabiya.