The Yemeni national army launched a large-scale military operation Saturday morning in the Qania and Fadha axes in al-Bayda governorate in central Yemen, backed by the Arab coalition's air forces, according to local sources.
The Yemeni forces succeeded in the early hours on Saturday in liberating a number of locations which were under the control of the Houthi militias.
The source said the Arab coalition air defense launched eight raids on military positions for Houthis causing damages and losses in weapons and vehicles.
The Arab coalition launched four air raids targeting al-Freijeh military camp run by the Houthi militias in Shaab area in Arhab district, while eight other air strikes targeted ammunition depots and rockets pad launchers in al-Gharza in Hamdan district north of Sanaa.
In Amran governorate, the Arab coalition launched air strikes targeting a training camp and depot for rockets pads launchers in al-Maslouq mountain in Harf Sufian district on the border with Saada governorate.
The air strikes comes hours after the Arab coalition statement saying that that the Houthi coup militias launched a ballistic missile from their position in Amran governorate toward Saudi Arabia.
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