The Houthi forces, backed by the Yemeni Republican Guard, advanced inside the Taiz Governorate on Wednesday after repelling a Saudi-led Coalition attack last week.

According to Al-Masirah TV, the Houthi forces and Republican Guard advanced inside the town of Bani ‘Ali in Ta’iz after engaging a large force from the Saudi-led Coalition and their allies.

During their advance in the Ta’iz Governorate, the Houthi forces and Republican Guard came under heavy fire from the Saudi-led Coalition’s air force, as the latter conducted a large number of attacks in order to bail out their ground units.

 

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Pierre Bush
2016-06-16 10:18

Go Houthis! Go!! Take back your country and defeat Saudi Arabia!! You can do it!!

Paul Antonopoulos
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2016-06-16 11:34

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Lachlan Butcher
2016-06-16 13:19

Oh, great…