Air fighters of Arab Coalition intensify strikes on Sana'a
1/22/2017 5:38:00 PM
Air fighters of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition on Sunday intensified their strikes on military sites of the Houthis and ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sana'a, al-Hudeidah and Taiz.
These strikes coincides with advances made by Yemen's army in different fronts of Nihim and the western coast of Yemen.
They air fighters also targeted the area of Sirwah, the last strongholds of the Houthis and Saleh in Miarib governorate.
Yemen's army is engaging in fierce fight with militias of the Houthis and ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh in three coastal town of al-Makha in Taiz governorate, making significant gains.
Local sources told Alsahwah Net that the army stormed into parts of the town, affirming that the militias retreated to other areas.
The sources affirmed that Houthi militias are fleeing from al-Makha towards al-Khokhah after they were heavily stricken by air-fighters of the Arab Coalition.
Early of the current January, a military operation was launched with the aim of liberating the western coasts of Taiz governorate.
The Houthis use these coasts to receive smuggled weapons from Iran. The Yemeni government accuses of Iran of sending weapon shipments to the Houthis , demanding the international community to take firm stances against Iranian interventions in Yemen.