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VIDEO: Missiles meant to target Hodeidah ships left behind by fleeing Houthis

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Yemeni armed forces from the legitimate government found ballistic missiles left behind by Houthi militias before they fled from their positions at the coastal al-Durayhimi district of the western city of Hodeidah.

A video published showed, abandoned anti-ship missiles similar to the ones used in the past by the Houthis to target civilian and military ships off Hodeidah.

A field source confirmed to Al Arabiya that two ballistic missiles had also been found left by the Houthi militias in the same district.

The militias have been using district of al-Durayhimi as a starting point for launching missile attacks against international ships in the Red Sea and also to target civilians in al-Mokha and al-Khokha.

The video also showed the liberated sites in the district located just 18 km away from the center of Hodeidah, and the losses of the militias whose bodies were scattered in those areas.