New battles between the army and the Houthis in Shabwa, Marib and Al-Jawf

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The National Army forces, backed by the popular resistance, continue to engage in violent and continuous battles against the Houthi coup militia, on various fighting fronts in the governorates of Shabwa, Marib and Al-Jawf.

Military and field sources said that the Saudi-led coalition launched a series of intense air raids in the past hours on military sites and Houthi gatherings on the Marib and Shabwa fronts.

During the past hours, the coalition warplanes targeted, with about 19 air raids, military sites and reinforcements for the Houthi militia, on the Harib fronts in Marib and Bayhan in Shabwa.

The sources confirmed that the air strikes resulted in the killing of dozens of Houthi militia fighters, and the destruction and burning of a number of the militia’s military vehicles.

The Houthi coup militia had admitted that its forces had been subjected to a series of air strikes, and said that the coalition aircraft had targeted, with 30 air raids, the militia’s military sites and reinforcements in the districts of Serwah, Harib and Al Juba in Marib.

In Al-Jawf Governorate, the Arab coalition aircraft targeted a gathering of the Houthi coup militia, east of Al-Hazm district, causing the militias heavy losses.

On the ground, about 40 members of the Houthi militia were killed, while trying to infiltrate the al-Kasara front, west of Ma’rib governorate.

Military sources said, “A number of Houthi militia members tried to infiltrate a mined area on the al-Kasara front, and a minefield exploded in them, killing 40 Houthi militants on the same front.”

On Sunday evening, the National Army confirmed that the Houthi militia had received a painful blow on the Kasara front, after the army put down an offensive operation by the militia members.

According to the media center of the armed forces, most of the Houthi elements were killed, wounded and captured, while the rest of them fled under the strikes of the heroes, and that many bodies of Houthi elements are still scattered in the lines of contact.



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