Houthi missile expert killed in coalition airstrike on Yemen’s Hodeidah

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A Houthi missile expert was killed on Sunday when Arab Coalition fighter jets struck an area in the Duraihami district, southwest of Hodeidah province.

Taha Aly Ahmad Al-Hamli is considered one of the militia group’s main field commanders, who has contributed in developing certain types of ballistic missiles, according to security sources.

He was also the colleague of the militia group’s security leader, Taha Al-Madani, the younger brother of Yusuf al-Madani who was killed in 2015 in the province of Dalea.

Another Houthi leader, Abdel Khalek Al-Houthi, was killed on Friday, news reports have said, along with several militants in an airstrike on a farm in the Bajil district in Hodeidah.

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