Arab coalition hits Houthi positions in Yemen
The air strikes also hit security forces camps in Yemen's central province of al-Bayda that were seized by the Houthis earlier this year
The Saudi-led coalition conducted a series of airstrikes targeting Iranian-backed Houthi positions in the coastal city of al- Hudeida, Al Arabiya News channel reported Thursday.
The air strikes also hit security forces camps in Yemen's central province of al-Bayda that were seized by the Houthis earlier this year.
They also targeted the homes of some Houthi leaders in Saada, a Houthi stronghold in northern Yemen.
Meanwhile, heavy clashes took place in al- Hudeida between Houthis and forces loyal to legitimate President Abd Rabbi Mansour Hadi.
Since late March, the Saudi-led coalition has bombed Houthi militias and forces allied to deposed leader Ali Abdullah Saleh, in a bid to put the government of internationally recognized President Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi back in power.
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