Arab coalition destroy Houthi missile launch site in Yemen's Hudaydah

Thursday, 12 October 2017

The Arab coalition announced on Friday that it had destroyed a Houthi missile launch site in Hudaydah that is used to target Saudi Arabia. A coalition unmanned aircraft documented earlier this month targeted locations of Houthi and Saleh militias in different areas near the Saudi-Yemeni border. Coalition aircraft managed to destroy military vehicles carrying militants towards the Saudi border in an attempt to plant mines and advance towards the border. Arab coalition fighters also targeted ...

Arab coalition strike kills Houthi militia figure in Yemen

Sunday, 8 October 2017

An Arab coalition airstrike has killed a Houthi militia figure along with four others northwest of the Hajjah province on Sunday. Houthi militant leader, Taha Saleh Muqbel al-Anhoumi, was killed along with four other militias, while they were on their way to Midi city to meet with other militias, Houthi affiliated media reported. Yemen’s National Army regained control of a number of new sites where the militias were based in the Directorate of Musloub west of al-Jawf province following ...

Arab coalition says UN report on Yemen was fed misleading material

Saturday, 7 October 2017

The Arab coalition fighting against Houthis in Yemen, issued a statement on Friday claiming that a UN report on children and armed conflict was fed misleading material from “non-independent sources.” While expressing its satisfaction and appreciation for the UN Secretary-General’s praises, the coalition said it completely rejects the false information expressed in the report. The coalition voiced its reservations over the content of the report and ureged the UN to rectify ...

Arab coalition strike kills Houthi commanders in Yemen’s Harad

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen killed five high-profile Houthi militia commanders in Jabal al-Nar, east of Harad, northwest of Yemen. According to Yemeni military sources, they were killed on Sunday evening. One of the prominent men killed is Haidar Radman, the commander of the “Jizan axis” as Houthi militias describe it. He is a prominent Houthi chief and a student of the Houthis’ late founder Hussein al-Houthi and a former bodyguard. He’s participated ...

How Yemen once introduced the world to mocha coffee

Sunday, 1 October 2017

Mocha, that sweet chocolaty coffee we enjoy in winter months, has a history far richer than the drink itself. Most mocha drinkers know the hot brew to be a mix of chocolate syrup, or powder with coffee, but to coffee connoisseurs – that is the equivalent of a fake Louis Vuitton bag. To get the real taste of mocha coffee, you will have to pay around two to four times the price of specialty coffee. Last year, Yemeni coffee was priced in the US at $173 a pound. Or you can go back to the roots ...

Coalition airstrike destroys Houthi ballistic missile platform

Friday, 1 September 2017

An Arab Coalition airstrike has destroyed a ballistic missile platform in northwestern Yemeni province of Hajja on Friday.A military source stated that the coalition strike targeted the missile platform after it was spotted in a rural area between the Hiran administrative district and the northern border town of Hardh. The coalition launched a number of airstrikes in the area that led to the destruction of heavy weaponry and vehicles belonging to the Houthi militias killing and injuring an ...

ANALYSIS: How Houthi militias turned Sanaa Airport into weapons facility

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Since Sanaa International Airport came under the control of the Houthi militias after a 2014 coup, the security of that vital facility has been deteriorating. There are enough evidence that shows the inability of the Houthi militias to secure the airport. In fact, their presence itself is a major factor in the deteriorating of the security there. After taking control of the airport, the militias dismissed most civil employees in the security and administrative departments instead, appointed ...

Official coalition spokesman asks UN to run Sana’a International Airport

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Official spokesman of the coalition (the coalition to restore legitimate Yemeni government), Colonel Turki Al-malki, announced that the Joint Forces Command had followed what was published by OCHA in Yemen regarding banning commercial flights from and to Sana’a International Airport, he added that the coalition command had and is still working to its best efforts to ensure the safe arrival of all commercial, cargo and relief flights to all Yemeni airports in Sana’a, Aden, Al Hudaydah ...

Arab coalition spokesman says alliance has not blocked any aid to Yemen

Saturday, 5 August 2017

The spokesman for Arab coalition forces fighting in Yemen, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, said that the alliance is not linked to the lack of fuel at Sanaa airport for UN Development Program (UNDP) planes, as the city is under the control of the Houthi militias and the forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh.According to the Saudi Press Agency, Colonel al-Maliki said that "what was published by some media regarding a statement from the Director of the UNDP in Yemen, that the coalition ...

Coalition waged heaviest air strike against Houthis in Sanaa and Saada

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

In the last few hours, the Arab Coalition fighters launched the heaviest aerial bombardment against Houthi targets, military sites and barracks of the militias in the capital Sanaa and the governorates of Saada and Amran in northern Yemen.According to local sources in Sanaa, a national security camp located in the north-east suburb of the capital was bombed with five raids at dawn along with the Republican Guard camp south of the capital which was bombed with three raids by the coalition ...

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