The Yemeni Houthis militia has captured another strategic site in the port city of Aden amid heavy aerial bombardments from the Saudi-backed Arab Coalition on Monday.

According to a source in Sanaa, Houthis was able to take complete control of the Aden Airport after fierce clashes with enemy combatants loyal to the exiled Yemeni President, ‘Abed Rabbuh Mansour Hadi.

Meanwhile in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, the Saudi Air Force pounded a number of neighborhoods with unguided bombs that killed up to 45 civilians and injured another 100 in the process.

In the last 48 hours, the Saudi-backed Arab Coalition has killed over 100 people in Yemen; this number is comprised of mostly civilians.

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Ayanda Mihle Ayanda

Great

Justin Pretorius
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Justin Pretorius

Well done Houthis! Don’t let those Saudi Wahhabists have their day!

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Goo Houthis! Defend your country and your lives from that beast!