Heavy casualties among Houthi commanders in Yemen’s Bayda

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A number of the Houthi militia commanders were killed during intense fighting with the Yemeni National Army in the past two days in the frontier of al-Malajim district in al-Bayda.

A Yemeni army military source said that four of the Houthi commanders were killed during the battles during the past two days, in al-Malajim.

The source revealed that those who were killed are a supervisor of the special operations of the militias in the Wahhabiya and al-Malajim, Ahmed Abdel Wahab Hadi Hussein Hataba known as Abu Yasser Hataba, from the directorate of Saqin in Saada province and Ali Ahmed Yahya Saleh Naji, known by the name Abu Fatah, who is from Amran province.

He also confirmed the death of Adham Hassan Abdullah Durjan and Adel Mohammed Naji Hamoud Durjan, commanders of the reinforcements squad, which moved to al- Bayda after being defeated in the area of Fadha.

The Yemeni national army launched an offensive to complete the liberation of al-Malajim district from the pro-Iranian militias.

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