Houthi-Saleh Alliance Repelled Two Attacks Of Saudi-led Forces

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Houthi-Saleh Alliance Repelled Two Attacks Of Saudi-led Forces

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The Houthi-Saleh alliance declared that they have managed to repel an attack by Saudi-led forces, including Sudanese troops, in the Medi desert.

According to Yemeni sources, Saudi warplanes and attack helicopters were providing an air support to the advancing force. However, Saudi-led forces failed to achieve any success.Pro-Houthi sources claimed that several vehicles were destroyed and a number of Sudanese soldiers was killed.

Sepparately, Houthi forces have repelled another attack by in the Ashqari area in Sorouh.

Saudi Air Force warplanes have carried out two airstrikes on the Shada area and five airstrikes on the Dahir area in Saada.

Clashes erupted in the Najran area at the Saudi-Yemeni border. Houthi snipers killed a Saudi soldier at the Al-Makhraq military site. Houthi forces shelled the Rajlaa camp and the Talaa military site of the Saudis with Katyusha rockets. Saudi warplanes pounded Al-Shurfah, a Houthi-held border site.

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the cholera epidemic is declining in Yemen, with the death rate falling from 1.7% in last May to 0.6% this month due to the assistance of international organizations. The number of cases of cholera has dropped from 41,000 weekly cases to 39,000 this week.

The number of Yemenis suffering from cholera is currently 219,000, and the disease is believed to have emerged due to the siege imposed on Yemen by the Saudi-led alliance.

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  • Michael Qiao

    a bunch of ragtags destroying a proper Saudi army, it seems that Saudi Arabia is all bark no bite

    • BMWA1

      With latest weapons and Sudan (and who knows who else) it seems, and with mass C. vibrio infection (by-product of the blockade no doubt) to boot.

    • outer_rl

      No such thing as a proper Saudi army. The Saudis only have mercenaries, they don’t have an army.

    • hhabana

      From what I heard a lazy people and even worse leadership.