Yemen.. Giants Brigades confirms its survival on the fronts, and the...

Yemen.. Giants Brigades confirms its survival on the fronts, and the...
Yemen.. Giants Brigades confirms its survival on the fronts, and the...
The UAE-backed Giants Brigades announced today, Saturday, that its forces will remain on the front lines to confront the Houthis, while the coalition announced that it had killed dozens of Houthi militants with raids on their positions in Ma’rib Governorate (east of Sanaa).

The French Press Agency quoted an official in the Giants Brigades that its forces, which repositioned after the end of the operations they carried out in Shabwa Governorate (southeast), did not leave the fronts; Rather, it began placing defensive fortifications to repel any military attacks by the Houthis.

These Emirati-backed brigades announced yesterday, Friday, that they had begun repositioning their forces in Shabwa Governorate (southeast of Yemen), and said that this step came after completing an operation called “Hurricane of the South”, during which it was able to recover the districts of Usaylan and Baihan from the Houthis.

And the priority of the giants announced today, Saturday, that its gunmen took control of the Najd and Al-Hajla regions, located between the Harib and Al-Juba districts in the Marib governorate.

This development comes after the Houthis recently lost areas in southern Marib that they had controlled in the past few weeks.

For its part, the Yemeni army announced that its forces launched an attack on Houthi militia positions in the southern Marib governorate, which resulted in deaths and injuries and the destruction of their combat vehicles and equipment.

On the other hand, the military spokesman of the Houthi group, Yahya Saree, announced the bombing of a large gathering of forces loyal to the UAE in the Usaylan district of Shabwa governorate with a ballistic missile.

Saree said that the injury was accurate and left more than 40 dead and wounded in the ranks of these forces, and destroyed a number of their vehicles.

Coalition raids

For its part, the Saudi-led coalition announced today, Saturday, that it had carried out 27 targeting operations against the Houthis in the Marib Governorate during the past hours.

The coalition said that these strikes killed more than 90 Houthi militants and destroyed 13 military vehicles.

Media affiliated with the Ansar Allah Houthi group stated that the coalition warplanes launched 30 raids on the governorates of Ma’rib, Al-Jawf (northeast), Al-Bayda (central) and Al-Hudaydah (west).

In another field development, Houthi media reported the death of a child and the wounding of another today, as a result of artillery shelling in the Jabaliya area of ​​Al Tuhayta District in Al Hudaydah (west).

hard situations

On the humanitarian front, Doctors Without Borders said that Marib Governorate is suffering from severe conditions and an emergency crisis, in light of a cold wave in which temperatures reach less than 10 degrees Celsius.

The organization added that the repeated waves of displacement have affected the population greatly, especially the vulnerable groups.

She added that her clinics received huge numbers of patients, most of them children, due to the deteriorating living conditions.

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) called for urgent action and response to the needs in order to limit the deterioration of the health and humanitarian crisis in Marib.

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