Local news

Fri - 22 May 2020 - 03:39 AM ،،،


 At least six top Houthi commanders were killed along with dozens of pro-Iran fighters in accurate airstrikes carried out by the Arab Coalition on Houthi positions in the west of Qataba district in al-Dhale governorate on Wednesday.

Military and local sources reported that the Arab Coalition launched several airstrikes targeting the Houthi gatherings and military reinforcement in the areas of Habil Yahya, Habil Obeid and Habil al-Sama'i in the western parts of Qataba.

The same sources said that the Coalition air raids resulted in the destruction of a number of military vehicles, equipment and fortifications.

The sources also added that the Houthis suffered heavy casualties, including the killing of senior commanders who received special training in Iran.

The media centre of al-Dhale axis and military field sources published a list of the leaders' names who have been killed in the airstrikes, they are as follows:

Abu Ali al-Salmi from the Khulan District - Sana'a.
Abu Muhammad al-Dughaish from Amran governorate.
Abu Jibril Wajieh al-Din from the Mitam region - Ibb Governorate.
Abu Najm Al-Mushki and Abu Osama Al-Tiri from Dhamar Governorate.
Abu Asad al-Zarari from the Hazm al-Adin District - Ibb Governorate, in addition to dozens of their companions and fighters.

According to the media centre of al-Dhale axis, the hospitals of the Houthi-held province of Ibb are overwhelmed with dead bodies and wounded militants due to the Coalition air raids and the fierce fighting with the southern joint forces on the fronts of al-Dhale.