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Over 200 Houthi militants, commanders killed in Saada, Hajjah battlefronts

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More than 200 Houthi militants and commanders were killed, and dozens others injured in confrontations during the past three days in Hajjah with the Yemeni army, military sources reported.

Sources in Hajjah said that the army was able to destroy ballistic missile launch pads, while the Arab Coalition’s air raids targeted 18 Houthi militias’ bases.

The Yemeni army continued to push forward in various areas of Saada amid intense battles where it was able to regain control of the al-Thaher and Bakil al-Meer districts. This comes after the army had liberated the Hiran district.

Houthi militants suffered dozens of losses and injuries in the Miran region in Saada, including the killing of three field commanders, Ahmed Yehia al-Noumani, Salah Mohammed Jaadar and Salah Mohammed Ali Bedash.

According to the military source, army forces were able to liberate several villages and areas in three districts.