A senior member of the political bureau of Yemen’s Ansarullah resistance movement said the liberation of the strategic central province of Marib will mark an important “milestone” in the battles to expel the occupiers and retake the country’s energy resources seized by the Saudi-led military coalition and its allied militants.
Dozens of Saudi-sponsored militiamen loyal to Yemen's former president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi lost their lives when Yemeni Army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees launched strikes against their position in the country’s southern province of Lahij.
Iran rejected the “baseless” claims that an Iranian military adviser has been killed in the bombing by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, saying the Islamic Republic has sent no adviser to the war-stricken country.
About three million children are not able to attend school this year in Yemen as the result of the Saudi-led war on the country, the International Committee of the Red Cross' delegation to Yemen said Friday.
The defense minister of Yemen’s National Salvation Government said Saudi Arabia and its allies, which are waging a devastating military campaign against his country, can no longer determine the course of action since it is now the Yemeni Army troops and fighters from allied Popular Committees that have the upper hand and are in a dominant position.
Yemeni officials said the United States is fanning the flames of violence in the embattled southern province of Al-Bayda by mobilizing and commanding Takfiri Al-Qaeda and Daesh terrorists against the Yemeni Army and allied popular forces, who have been defending the region against Saudi-led militants.