Yemeni forces retake Aden airport
Saudi Arabia, along with 10 other countries, launched a military operation against the country’s Houthi militia late Wednesday
Yemeni forces and loyalists to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi regained control of Aden airport from Houthi militias on Thursday, as a Saudi-led military operation continued to target the Shiite rebels, the Al Arabiya News Channel reported citing sources.
Saudi Arabia, along with 10 other countries, launched a military operation against the Houthi militia late Wednesday.
Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi is currently in the southern city of Aden where he has held court since fleeing house arrest in Sanaa earlier this year.
The Saudi-led operation Decisive Storm saw a series of airstrikes on Houthi-held targets which reportedly killed a number of the Shiite militia’s military commanders.
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