Over 30 Houthi militants killed by coalition strikes in Hajjah
More than 30 Houthi rebels were killed on Saturday by the Arab coalition’s air raids in Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah.
The coalition aircraft targeted at noon a truck while unloading ammunition to the Houthi militiamen in Kushar district, resulted in killing 30 militants and destroying a number of other nearby combat vehicles.
The coalition jets also hit and destroyed Saturday morning a Houthi vehicle, led to killing all its rebels on board.
Meanwhile, the Saudi-led Arab coalition carried out today its fifth dropouts of food and medicines assistance as well ammunition to the population of Hajoor, which is under the Houthi militias’ siege since last January.
It’s important to note that more than 500 Houthi rebels have been killed only by the coalition’s strikes since the militias started its war against the region last February. While the number of militias killed during clashes with tribesmen is doubled.