On November 7, the Saudi-led coalition and its Yemeni proxies stormed the southern part of the city of al-Hudaydah on the western Yemeni coast and advanced in the key street of Sanaa, which splits the city in the middle, according to the Sky News Arabia TV.
The UAE-based channel reported that coalition warplanes backed the troops on the ground and carried out a series of airstrikes on positions and weapons of the Houthis. As a result, more than 35 Houthi fighters were killed.
Meanwhile, the Yemeni al-Masirah TV said that the Saudi-led coalition artillery shelled several areas inside the city of al-Hudaydah killing a civilian and injuring 10 others.
The Saudi-led coalition launched a large-scale military offensive on al-Hudaydah on November 3. Contrary to its previous attacks on the Houthi-held city, the coalition made significant advance on the ground and reached the eastern, western and southern entrances of the city within 24 hours.
The Houthis are currently carrying out defensive operations in the outskirt of al-Hudaydah to fend off the Saudi-led coalition attack.
Videos of the coalition attack on al-Hudaydah: