The Houthis have posted photographic proof of shooting down an American UAV on the border of Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
While the Saudis were buying weapons from the Americans, in Yemen, the Houthis raided the Sudanese mercenaries, whose occupants were hired to reduce losses of their own armed forces.
The recent visit of Pentagon chief Jim Mattis to Saudi Arabia to meet with the King’s beloved son, the last Prince and the Minister of Defense Mohammed bin Salman was connected with the discussion of the Yemeni conflict, which indicates the development of a strategy in Trump’s administration. During the meeting the supply of high-precision weapons from the US was also discussed, the issue was already raised in the US Congress.
In Northern Hama the front has stabilized. The militants went after the failures of mid-April, fell back to the area of Lataminah and Morek, which is reflected in the rate of advance of the SAA, which is now bogged down in battles for the towns South of Lataminah and South-East of Morek. If in these fights, SAA will be able to grind the main forces of the militants, before the Syrians will open good prospects associated with access to the Central regions of Idlib.
The Defense Department is in favor of providing logistical and intelligence support for an ambitious operation led by the UAE military to retake the Houthi-controlled city of Hodeida. But key bureaus inside the State Department and the US Agency for International Development oppose the initiative, believing it will trigger a full-blown famine in the country by closing the port where most of the humanitarian aid in the impoverished country enters.
The Yemeni military has announced the manufacture of a medium range ballistic missile dubbed the Qaher M2.
The domestically-built missile, which weighs 350 kilograms and has a range of 400 kilometers, was unveiled during a ceremony on Tuesday.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is shocked by last night’s attack on a civilian ship carrying around 150 passengers, including women and children, near the port of Hodeida.
The attack left 33 dead and 29 wounded, while other passengers are either still missing or in the care of local authorities. ICRC staff arrived at the port this morning to help survivors and give support to local hospitals.
Given the current state of relations with the United States, Moscow should work directly with the regional players, including using disputes between different members of the coalition, primarily KSA and UAE. The coalition is allowed to save face and declare their military victory, and its opponents to prevent the final destruction of the country and at the same time to consolidate its position and to ensure a quota in the government of Yemen.
The Houthis militia has revealed its four new types of drones used for surveillance as well as attack.
Interesting photo with the Yemen war. Once the two tanks (T-55 and T-62) ammunition exploded, after which the towers are intricately superimposed on one another.
The Saudi-backed “Southern Resistance” forces and Hadi loyalists, alongside Al-Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), launched a new offensive against the Houthis in the Ta’iz Governorate of western Yemen on Wednesday, targeting the latter’s positions near the provincial capital.
In a statement published Monday morning, the army and Ansarullah ballistic unit assured that the Saudi capital is now within the reach of Yemeni missiles.
“The first ballistic test against a military target in the satanic Saudi capital was successful,” said the Yemeni ballistic unit.
“The shooting of the ballistic missile is in response to the continued Saudi-US aggression, its massacres, and its tyrannical embargo against our people suffering a humanitarian tragedy, under the eyes of the International community”
A trailer to the recent news about the destruction of the Saudi frigate off the coast of Yemen. It was confirmed that the frigate was not hit by an anti-ship missile but a suicide bomber on a boat.
According to emerging reports from Yemen, a surface-to-surface missile fired by the Yemeni Army has hit the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
The missile was launched on Sunday evening, and sources in Yemen have described the missile test as successful. It is unclear exactly what missile was used, and casualty figures, if any, are yet to be reported.
It was thought he would disengage us from these wars, not rattle a saber at an Iran that is three times the size of Iraq and has as its primary weapons supplier and partner Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
There was a video of the destruction of a military vehicle of the invaders off the coast of Yemen. Presumably, anti-ship missile hit the frigate class “al-Madina” of the Navy of Saudi Arabia.
Yemeni forces have shot down an Apache helicopter belonging to pro-Saudi forces in the country’s airspace.
Reports said the chopper was downed in the Dhubab district of Ta’izz Province, north of the strategic Bab al-Mandab Strait.
The Houthi-appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs Hisham Sharaf met yesterday with the charge d’affaires of the Russian Embassy, Andrei Chernfall, raising many questions as to why Russian diplomats are meeting with an unrecognised government in Sana’a.
“Houthi forces began withdrawing this morning, and the city is nearly abandoned after most of its residents departed,” the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. “The city and the port under the control of national army.”
A spokesman for rival army forces fighting for the Houthis could not be immediately reached for comment.
According to a report by Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah television network, the Yemeni forces on Sunday carried out a major offensive against Tabat al-Hamrah, al-Qamamah, Qaem Zabid, al-Shabaka, al-Kers bases and the strategic al-Ghavieh military camp, destroying or damaging many armored vehicles and military equipment.