Local news

Mon - 22 Feb 2021 - 12:25 AM ،،،

 The southern forces repulsed in the late night of Sunday, an offensive launched by the Iran-backed Houthi terrorist militia in the west of al-Dhale governorate.

The media centre of al-Dhale front reported that the southern army forced the Houthi rebels to retreat amid painful blows, inflicting heavy human and material losses on them.

The Houthis tried in vain to sneak into the locations under the control of the southern forces in al-Batar sector and the western parts of Subira-al-Joub sector in the west of al-Dhale, the media centre added.

On Friday, the southern forces liberated news strategic military sites from the grip of the pro-Iran Houthi terrorist militia, including Al-Qahra, Hajlan, Bait Abd al-Salam and al-Tibab al-Soud of Morais district in the north of al-Dhale.

The advance made after long hours of fierce fighting involving heavy weapons - the most violent between the two sided in the past two months.

On Wednesday, a number of pro-Iran Houthi rebels were killed and injured in a surprise attack launched by the southern armed forces in northwest of al-Dhale.

Last Monday, following heavy clashes erupted between the two sides, the southern forces made considerable advances and managed to liberate the locations of al-Qadiriya and Habeel in al-Batar sector.