Houthi militia blasts key main route in Hodeida

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September Net

The Iran-backed Houthi militia on Sunday detonated one of the main key highways in the western province of Hodeida.

Local sources told “September Net” that the rebel militiamen largely blew up bridges on the main asphalted road that is linking the directorates of Tahita and Zabid, in south of the province.

The sources added that the blast had damaged large distance of the highway, pointing out that mines and explosives as well as bulldozers were used by the militia in bombing the road and extracting the asphalt layers of it.


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