Arab Coalition strikes military sites in Sana'a
12/24/2016 11:26:00 AM
The Saudi-led Arab Coalition on Saturday launched strikes on military sites in the capital Sana'a.
Correspondent of Alsahwah Net in Sana'a said that five strikes were launched on the military camps of Dhabwah and al-Nahdain.
Meanwhile, Yemen's National Army on Wednesday managed to liberate new military positions of the Houthis in the governorate of Saadah, the main stronghold of the Houthi Movement.
The commander of Saadah military front Obaid al-Athalah affirmed that Yemeni army units liberated large areas in al-Bukua district from the Houthis, capturing a great deal of military equipment and munitions.
Al-Athalah said that Yemen's National Army is determining to advance and liberate all Yemeni lands controlled by the putschist Houthis.
According to government sources, Yemen’s national army and popular resistance forces have liberated more than 85 percent of the Yemeni territories from Houthi militia control and the forces of the ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh.