Arab alliance raids on different areas in Saada, Ad Dali

The Arab coalition aircraft carried out raids on different areas in the provinces of Saada and Ad Dali, while the Houthi forces carried out a suicide infiltration attempt towards residential areas in Sanaa and Hodeidah.

According to the information center of Ansar Allah al-Houthi on "Twitter", the Arab coalition aircraft carried out during the past 48 hours, 17 raids on different areas in the Directorate of Kataf east of Saada.

For his part, the Yemeni army announced the deaths of Houthi forces of coalition air raids on the Directorate of Kataf, in conjunction with the ongoing battles for the third day consecutively, according to Sputnik.

The Arab coalition aircraft renewed the bombing of the province of Ad Dali in central Yemen, targeting two areas of the area of Qurain in the Directorate of Qutba north of the province.

In a related context, Huthi forces on Sunday, a suicide infiltration attempt inside the city of Hodeidah in the west of Yemen, according to Arab Net.

The military information of the Yemeni army that the Houthi forces pushed the past hours with dozens of elements in attempt to infiltrate the suicide bomber to the liberated neighborhoods in the streets of Sanaa, but to no avail.

He confirmed that the infiltration attempt, which was launched from inside the residential neighborhoods northeast of the airport with a heavy fire covering about an hour.

The Houthis targeted residential neighborhoods liberated on Sanaa Street with a number of mortar shells in conjunction with the attempt to infiltrate, which caused damage to homes and citizens' properties.

The city of Tahita was also the center of the Directorate in the south of Hodeidah was heavily shelled by artillery and missiles by Houthis.

Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, has been battling a war since 2014 between Iran-backed Houthis and forces loyal to Yemeni President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, and escalated in March 2015 as Saudi Arabia intervened at the head of a military alliance in support of government forces.

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