One of Saleh’s sons allegedly wounded in Yemen
Tribes in Shabwa Province, located to the east of the capital Sanaa, had surrounded the former president
One of the sons of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s was wounded on Saturday as Saudi-led coalition forces continued for a third day targeting Houthis in the country, according to reports cited by Al Arabiya News Channel.
It is not known which of Saleh’s two sons - Ahmed and Khaled – was reportedly wounded.
Reports also said that tribes in Shabwa Province, located to the east of the capital Sanaa, had surrounded the former president, without giving further details.
Read Al Arabiya News Channel’s exclusive of how Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh tried reaching out to the Saudis to gain immunity by proposing a coup against the Houthis.
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