The Yemeni army and popular committees made major progress on Tuesday in the southwestern areas of Taiz province, as they managed to break into the Al-Jreibat military sites in the area of Karsh.

Local ground sources reported that units of the army and the popular committees stormed the Al-Akama military positions in the Al-Meragh directorate, as well as Dhabi sites in Hayfan district in Taiz province.

The national military also launched a major attack on positions belonging to the Al-Saud regime in Mount Sharaf Al-Enein and in the Jabal Habashi directorate of the Taiz province.
Al-Manar

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