Saudi-Led Coalition’s Control over Marib Fails




In response to the Saudi-led coalition’s fatal air strikes that claimed the lives of about 15,000 people, mostly civilians , the Yemeni joint forces retook control over strategic sites of Saudi-led coalition’s paid fighters in Serwah district of Marib province, according to a  military official on Saturday.

The operation struck the posts in al-Makhdara area in the district, leaving dead and wounded amid the paid fighters’ ranks .

Earlier today,the sniper’s unit shot dead five paid fighters in Serwah district of Maribe province. Another paid fighter was killed by the army’s snipers in Sak battlefront in Osaylan district in nearby Shabwah province.

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