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Pro-Hadi Commanders, Terrorists Killed in Yemeni Forces’ Attacks in Ta’iz Province

27 February 2016 16:14



The Yemeni army and popular forces continued their advances in Ta’iz, and killed a large number of forces loyal to former fugitive President Mansour Hadi, including his senior commanders, in the Western coastal province on Saturday.

Many other pro-Hadi forces were also killed in tough battle with the Yemeni army and popular forces in Beit Wafi in Habashi heights in Ta’iz province.

Meantime, the Yemeni army and popular forces attacked the pro-Hadi militias’ military positions in al-Ja’adan region in Ma’rib, killing a large number of them.

In a relevant development on Wednesday, the Yemeni forces killed at least 54 Saudi troops, including commanders, in a ballistic missile attack in the Northern Jawf province.

The Yemeni Army, backed by Popular Committees loyal to the Ansarullah movement, targeted a Saudi military installation in Beir al-Maraziq region with a Qaher-1 ballistic missile.

A large number of Saudi forces also sustained injuries in the attack.

The Yemeni surface-to-surface missile also destroyed a number of military equipment of the installation and inflicted heavy damage on its infrastructure.

The Yemeni forces have fired tens of missiles on the military positions and gathering centers of Saudi-led coalition so far, killing hundreds of Saudi forces and injuring many more.

Yemenis carry out these attacks in retaliation for the US-backed Saudi strikes on civilian targets, launched with the aim of undermining Ansarullah movement and bringing back to power the country’s fugitive former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, a staunch ally of Riyadh and Washington.

Yemen has been under military attacks and siege by Saudi Arabia and its regional allies since late March last year. At least 8,300 people, among them 2,236 children, have been killed so far in the Saudi aggression while over 16,000 others sustained injuries.

The strikes have also taken a heavy toll on the impoverished country’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, schools, and factories.

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