Breaking News: 60 Houthi militia fighters killed in Yemen’s Red Sea Coast

ADEN, 60 fighters of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia were killed over the last two days in airstrikes launched by the fighter jets of the Arab Collation and clashes with the Yemeni National Resistance Forces, Brigades al-‘Amalaqah and Tihama Forces in Yemen’s Red Sea Coast.

Yemeni military sources said that the coalition’s fighter jets targeted militias’ bases in Al Hali, Ad Durayhimi and Jebel Ras governorates. The Yemeni National Resistance Forces, the Al-Amalaqah Brigades and Tihama Forces, confronted the Iranian-backed Houthi militias in the north of Hays Governorate and on the way to the At Tuhayat Governorate.

The sources added that the coalition’s fighter jets are continuing their qualitative attacks on Houthi militias, destroying their military reinforcements and vehicles across the areas in the Red Sea Coast.

Meanwhile, the Yemeni National Resistance Forces are advancing towards the western gate of Al Barh area while the members of the Houthi militias are fleeing to the mountainous areas of Taiz Governorate. Combing operations are undergoing against the militias’ hideouts in the Al Barh triangle.

Military operations were also carried out on the fronts of Yemen’s Red Sea Coast that covered large areas to the west of Taiz Governorate, resulting in liberating new areas from the grip of the Houthi militias and lifting blocked on the western side of Taiz. This was done with the support of the UAE Armed Forces, as part of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition in Support of the Legitimate Yemeni Government.

Source: Emirates News Agency

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