National Army makes significant progress in Sa’ada
Yemeni National Army have made significant progress on Sunday in Sa’ada province after fierce battles against Iran-backed Houthi militia.
The army managed to regain control over the villages of “al-Galh, al-Dahal and al-Solfah” and the valleys of “Al Asilan, Gahlah and al-Mabtah” in the west of Baqem district.
The Arab coalition fighter jets have supported the army during the battles, targeting Houthi militia’s reinforcements and positions.
More than 20 Houthi rebels were killed including the supervisors of Baqem and Magaz districts known as Aseel al-Khawlani and Abo Redwan al-Mo’ayad as well as tens other injured during the battles and coalition air raids.