Army controls strategic areas in Saada
Yemen army captured on Wednesday key mountains and village from Houthi militia in Saada province, in the north of the country.
Commander of 3rd Border Guards brigade, Azeez al-Khatabi said “the army-backed by the coalition’s jets, manage to liberate the mountains of ‘al-aumani’ and ‘al-shak’ and the village of ‘al-Omani’, following fierce attack on the militia from three sides.”
Brigadier al-Khatabi said dozens rebels were killed and injured and two vehicles were destroyed.
He said the army found also a Plant used by the militia for making mines and explosives in the liberated areas.
More 18 militia members were killed and several inured in strikes by the Apaches of the coalition in the same front.