Houthi militia fired ballistic missile into Kushar district
The Iran-backed Houthi militia fired ballistic missile into Kushar district in Yemen northwestern province of Hajjah.
Field sources said the coupist militia targeted on Sunday night the center of Kushar “with ballistic missile but fortunately it landed in an uninhabited area and no damages incurred.”
Houthi militia has suffered painful blows and human loss in the fight with tribesmen Kushar of Hajoor region. More than 30 rebels were killed and further 10 wounded as the tribesmen could liberate the Bani Shaws area, south of Kushar, where number of Houthi combat vehicles also destroyed.
Violent clashes have been raged between tribesmen and Houthi militia in Kushar for more than 40 days, during which the rebels have suffered gross losses in life and war equipment.