Eleven Houthi fighters have been killed in Arab Coalition airstrikes on the Yemeni governorate of Taiz, while 12 others were killed during clashes with the Yemeni army on Wednesday.
Leader of the Maqbanah front in Taiz, Colonel Hameed al-Khaleedi, said that “the Yemeni army attacked several Houthi locations with artillery, killing 11 and injuring others.”
Twelve others were killed in five Arab Coalition airstrikes which targeted Houthi locations, burning an arms-storage site.
Al-Khaleedi also said that clashes are ongoing on the frontlines of Maqbanah, as the army aims to liberate the area from Houthi militias.
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