BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – Minutes ago, the rocket battalion of the Houthi forces fired a ballistic missile at a military camp controlled by Saudi and UAE backed fighters in the Ta’iz Governorate.

According to a report from the Houthi forces, their rocket battalion fired a Qaher-M2 ballistic missile at the Al-Khayami Military Camp in Ta’iz.

The missile was launched during a military parade in the Ta’iz Governorte and reportedly scored a direct hit.

The Houthi forces claimed that over 35 pro-government fighters were killed and another 50 more wounded by the missile strike.

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2018-01-23 05:40

These “Houthis” are just Zadi-extremists backed by Iran, this is the sad truth. The Yemeni military must win this war in order to restore stability in the region.

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2018-01-23 05:49

Why don’t you report on the Houthis launching missiles on civilians? 9 killed!