Yemen army and Coalition bomb a Houthi camp in Ibb province in central Yemen
The Yemen-based Coalition for Support of Legitimacy launched Sunday air strikes targeting locations and rallies of Houthi militia in one of the camps in central Yemen’s Ibb province.
A Yemeni source told the press that the coalition fighters launched 4 air raids on Houthi groups in Al-Hamzah camp in al-Sabra district in the southeast of the province. The Houthis suffered heavy losses.
The raids came two days after similar air strikes targeting
Huthi positions in the same camp.
Coalition and Yemen army have targeted the camp, which is located on the line between the governorates of Ibb and Dhaliyah, dozens of times. It is one of the most important Huthi training camps used by the militia in conducting military operations in the governorates of Taiz, Dali, and Hodeidah.
A senior leader of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia was killed in a strike by the Yemeni army in Hodeidah, west of the country.
The leader was killed in a preemptive strike by the Yemeni army during his response to the Huthi attack in Hodeidah. The terrorist leader, “Talib Sufyan,” a militia commander on the west coast of Hodeidah, took over the command of
six large-scale military operations inside the city during the past few weeks.
The 40-year-old Sufian, from the Sohar district of Saada, was a close associate of the founder of the militia, Hussein Badr al-Din al-Huthi, who was killed by the Yemeni army in September 2004.