The Houthi forces carried out a successful ambush on Sunday, striking an Emirati Army convoy that was seen making its way through the Asaylan District of the Mareb Governorate.

According to the Yemeni news site “Al-Jabhah”, the Houthi forces and Yemeni popular committees struck the convoy on the way to the Bayhan District, leaving 12 Emirati soldiers dead and several others wounded.

On Sunday, the warring parties in the Yemeni conflict – including Saudi Arabia and the Arab Coalition – announced a truce to end the violence that has been plaguing the country since March of 2015.

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Budovski
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Budovski

nice work!

M.al houthi
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M.al houthi

keep posting the good work

hussain
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hussain

excellent. The more the merrier.

Benfatto
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Benfatto

I have a feeling that the Arabs treat their soldiers just like all their other toys. If it breaks, just buy new ones.