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Military Situation In Yemen On October 7, 2019 (Map Update)

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Military Situation In Yemen On October 7, 2019 (Map Update)

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  • Clashes between Ansar Allah and Saudi-led forces were reported in the areas of Motun and Maslub;
  • Clashes between Ansar Allah and Saudi-led forces were reported in the Wazeiah area;
  • Clashes between Ansar Allah and Saudi-led forces erupted in the Zaher area;
  • Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck the Araj area 2 times;
  • Saudi-led forces shelled the Kilo 16 area with mortar shells;
  • Saudi-led forces shelled the Jabaliyah area with mortar shells;
  • Saudi-led forces shelled 50st and Sanaa st with mortart shells.

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  • Ashok Varma

    The UAE is now a bigger threat to Yemen.

  • klove and light

    i wonder how UAE would do after Dubai and/or some of their oil installations get hit with cruise Missiles,balistic Missiles and drones????

    think they could survive???

    u see These fake nations survive on pure satanics.
    MONEY!!!!!

    no Money … no Survival

    their armed Forces, like also the one from Saudi Arabia…. survive on MONEY!!!!! big Money!!!!

    they have no character, no values, no Soul , no heart…….which Shows itself perfectly in jemen when it is ONE on ONE……. the houthis will Always win……..
    and i might wanna add the perfect example in human history to that concearn…

    VIETNAM!!!!!

    no airfoce, no tanks, no artllery just bare foot AK Holding bare foot , 5 foot 1 TALL kicking Major ass against the powerful US Forces that used all including chemical weapons….

    • BlueHeadLizard

      Good comparison with North Vietnam but their backers were much bigger; both Russia and China. Houthis only have Iran, directly at least. So Houthis do not have the equipment and ordannance backing that North Vietnam had. All the more herioc to the Houthis, but means Houthis did not have as much fire power as North Vietnam had, so a prolonged conflict with no clear victory either side.