Coalition: Four Houthi field commanders killed opposite Najran

Monday, 16 October 2017

Military sources revealed on Monday the death of four Houthi militia field commanders during air raids by the Arab Alliance coalition to support the legitimacy in Yemen.The coalition targeted militia sites opposite the border city of Najran region, Saudi Arabia.The sources said that among the dead militia leaders included Mukhtar Saleh Suwaid, Omar Mohammed al-Khulani, Ahmad Ahmad al-Shaafali and Ghaddan Mutahar al-Zamanani.This comes after Saudi forces also targeted last week Houthi militias ...

IN PICTURES: Houthis imprison teachers as strike continues

Saturday, 14 October 2017

The Teachers’ Union in Yemen’s capital Sanaa has reiterated its insistence on the continuation of a strike until their delayed salaries have been paid by Houthi and Saleh militias as pictures emerge of teachers being imprisoned for protesting.High-school teachers and university professors in Houthi-captured areas of Yemen have not been paid their salaries in more than a year, with many accusing the illegitimate coup plotters of looting the wages to fund their activities.“Paying ...

Houthis losing grip in hotspots Midi, Harad as key militia leaders killed

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Zaid bin Ali al-Sharfi, a senior Houthi field commander, was killed in the fierce battles between the militias and the Yemeni armed forces in the north-western frontier of Harad.The statement issued by the Media Center of the fifth military region underlined that the leader of the Houthi militia, Zaid bin Ali Sharfi was killed on Friday evening, in the battles between the forces of the National Army on the one hand and Houthi, Saleh militias on the other near the border frontier of Harad.The ...

Houthi militias fire missile at a school in Saudi Arabia’s Jazan region

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Houthi armed militias fired a ground-to-ground missile targeted at a school in the the village of Al-Jaradiyah in the Jazan region of Saudi Arabia. No injuries of casualties have been reported so far. An official source at the Command of Coalition Forces supporting the restoration of legitimacy in Yemen confirmed that the missile caused damage to the school and its yard as well as to some properties of citizens. The source also confirmed that Houthi militias “do not hesitate to target ...

WATCH: Coalition strikes Houthi militias near Saudi border

Friday, 6 October 2017

Arab Coalition strikes targeted Houthi Militia posts near the Saudi-Yemen border. The strikes also targeted forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh present alongside the border. Military vehicles that transferred militias towards Saudi borders to plant mines were hit, according to a coalition statement. Houthi military reinforcements gathered in Bayhan district in Shabwah governorate were targeted destroying an arms cache. Houthi militias and forces loyal to Saleh stationed in the Al ...

Yemeni army’s chief of staff says ‘victory over coup militias soon’

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Yemeni army’s chief of staff said on Wednesday that victory over Houthi and Saleh militias is “is closer than ever”. Maj. Gen. Taher Ali al-Auqaili, who was appointed by Yemeni President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi as the army’s chief of staff earlier this month, made the declaration while addressing a major military parade held in Marib to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the 26th September Revolution. Auqaili also extended a message of appreciation toward the leadership and ...

Houthi militias using ‘death stones’ as latest trick in Yemen’s urban warfare

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Sanaa - Houthi militias are using new methods in creating mines that are able to kill the greatest number of civilians in one attack, and some Yemenis are calling these “death stones”.These death stones have been placed in several districts where Houthi militias have struggled or lost control in the ongoing civil war that has gripped the country for nearly three years.Sources from inside Yemen’s army have confirmed that these “death stones” have been found mainly in ...

Saudi forces carry out operations near Yemen border, killing 70 Houthis

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Military operations carried out by Saudi forces succeeded in supporting coalition aircrafts against Houthi militias and the guards of Yemen’s former leader Ali Abdullah Saleh off the border in the past day.Al Arabiya was able to confirm that a military plan developed by the joint operations command of the Saudi forces, in addition to the coalition’s support, was carried out in multiple areas aimed at targeting the support of the Houthi and Saleh militias from inside Yemen toward the ...

Houthi militias trick members of Saleh’s Republican Guards out of Sanaa

Monday, 18 September 2017

Houthi militias have pulled a clever trap to stir away the dissolved Republican Guard’s officers and soldiers from the Yemeni capital, Sanaa. The guard’s loyalty lay with ousted Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Sources from the Republican Guard said that Houthi militias, who control Yemen’s Ministry of Defense in Sanaa, informed a large group of officers and soldiers loyal to Saleh that they can collect their salaries, which have been suspended for about a year, from Dhamar ...

Oman secures release of Indian priest kidnapped in Yemen

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Muscat has secured the release of an Indian priest who was abducted last year during a deadly attack by militants in Yemen, Oman’s official news agency said on Tuesday.Thomas Uzhunnalil had been held captive since March 2016, when extremists attacked a care home operated by missionaries in the southern port city of Aden, killing 16 people including four nuns.Uzhunnalil was pictured Tuesday wearing local traditional dress and with a flowing but tidy white beard grown while in captivity.He ...

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