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A tit for a tat : Yemeni joint forces to Saudi-led coalition

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The Yemeni joint forces continue responding to the Saudi-led coalition’s air strikes that claimed the lives of about 14,000 people,mostly civilians by killing and wounding many of their enemy and seizeing and destroying their munition on Mar. 21st.

The Yemeni joint forces targeted gatherings of the Saudi soldiers with artillery shelling , as a result direct injuries were reported, as well as they bombed other gatherings with missile bombing in Najran front

The Yemeni joint forces also shot dead a Saudi soldier and three paid fighters , pounded fortifications of the paid fighters with artillery sheeling in Asir front.

The Yemeni war media reported pounding gatherings of the paid fighters in Midi desert.

Taiz front witnesses high tension , whereas the Yemeni joint forces carried out offensive operations on the paid fighters’ sites , causing them heavy losses in lives and munition, and destroyed a military mechanism and a tank , belonging to the coalition, with a guided missile , as well as the artillery pounded gatherings and fortifications , inflicting their enemy big losses in lives and munition and shot dead a paid fighter.

According to a statement issued by Yemeni officials, a military mechanism loaded with a gunmachine -23- was destroyed, while another military mechanism was exploded by an explosive device , and a paid fighter was shot dead in AL-Jawf front.

Additionally, they carried out an offensive attack on the paid fighters’ sites in Lahj front.

To conclude it with AL-Dala front, they shot dead 2 paid fighters.

The United Nations says a record 22.2 million people are in need of food aid, including 8.4 million threatened by severe hunger.

A high-ranking UN aid official recently warned against the “catastrophic” living conditions in Yemen, stating that there is a growing risk of famine and cholera there.

“After three years of conflict, conditions in Yemen are catastrophic,” John Ging, UN director of aid operations, told the UN Security Council on February 27.

He added, “People’s lives have continued unraveling. Conflict has escalated since November driving an estimated 100,000 people from their homes.”

Ging further noted that cholera has infected 1.1 million people in Yemen since last April, and a new outbreak of diphtheria has occurred in the war-ravaged Arab country since 1982.

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