Yemen's Iran-allied rebels on Saturday said they had captured military outposts in a border region near Saudi Arabia, as Riyadh continues is military campaign in its strife-wracked neighbour. Yemen's rebel-controlled news agency Saba reported that the Houthis mounted an operation in the southern border region of Najran and seized control of several military positions there.
The sources added that the Houthi shelling targeted residential areas east and west of Taez. The same sources said the shelling on Taez came as relative calm was registered on other battlefronts. Meanwhile, more breaches were registered in two other Yemeni governorates, the sources added.
SANAA, Yemen - A temporary U.N.-brokered cease-fire that went into effect in Yemen late Wednesday night was breached by the Houthi rebels, army sources and local residents said. The army sources said Houthi rebels and their allies, militants loyal to Yemen's former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, breached the truce since it started, by heavily shelling areas in Taez, about 170 miles south of Sanaa.
Mohammed al-Qadasi was killed today by Hothis shelling in #Taiz province, while he was trying to document the shelling which targeted civilians there. 7 civilians killed, 23 injured beside him. https://t.co/hfhsAnhHPX
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Selecting a term
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