Yemeni army gains control of district in Hodeidah, kills Houthi leaders in Saada
A Yemeni military source confirmed on Sunday that most of al-Durahmi district, which is a key strategic point to enter Hodeidah port city, is under the control of the Yemeni legitimate forces which combed large areas of the city amid the surrender of dozens of Houthi militias.
This military development comes on the heels of Yemeni army clashes with Houthi militias, pushing them out of al-Durahmi city, while seizing control of the main road linking between the governorates of Hajjah, Saada and Hodeidah.
In another development, a military source said that the Yemeni national army liberated positions in Jabal al-Gharra and its surrounding areas in Saada and east of Baqim, after intense battles in which dozens of Houthi leaders were killed, among them senior field leaders.
In al-Jawf, the Yemeni national army launched a major offensive against Houthi positions liberating strategic posts in the district of Khab ash-Shaaf.
On Saturday morning, the Yemeni national army launched a large-scale military operation in al-Bayda governorate. Read more
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