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Overview Military Situation In Yemen On November 17, 2018 (Map Update)


Despite formal claims of the Saudi-UAE-led coalition to accept a ceasefire to improve humanitarian situation in Yemen, the conflict is still smoldering.

  • The coalition advance on the Houthi-controlled port city of al-Hudaydah has been temporarily paused. However, clashes are still ongoing in the area of the 7 July district;
  • 9 civilians were recently killed by coalition airstrikes in the Hali district of al-Hudaydah;
  • Clashes are ongoing in the areas of Sirwah and Damt;
  • In northern Yemen, clashes are ongoing in the Baqim area, at the Alab border crossing and along the border of the Narjan province;
  • The Saudi-backed “government of Yemen” continues to blame Iran and the Houthis for various things. This time, the “Yemeni government” has accused Iran and the Houthis of threatening fishing in the Red Sea.
Overview Military Situation In Yemen On November 17, 2018 (Map Update)

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  • You can call me Al

    What a waste of life. Just to appease some inbred’s ego, together with bored billionaires.

  • Rob

    Washington and their allied butchers dividing Muslims into different groups and then killing them by own puppets, just for pushing own terrorists to establish bases there. Now their all plans flopped.

    • Jens Holm

      It has been like that since before I remember being divided like that. But facts seemes not to bother You.

  • S Melanson

    According to the map, the Coalition forces in Hodeidah remain cut off (9 days and counting). The Houthis are maintaining a low intensity engagement to force the cut off coalition forces to exhaust remaining supplies. Mass desertion will now gain momentum. This is the Coalition’s last offensive on Hodeidah as the West is signaling it has lost confidence. The battle is won and the war will soon be over. What remains to be seen is what kind of peace will there be?

  • occupybacon

    Houthis mean hope for the world

    • Jens Holm

      More like nope to me.