BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:45 P.M.) – The Saudi-backed Southern Resistance forces, alongside Hadi loyalists and Sudanese Army personnel, seized a new village north of the strategic Mocha Port in southwestern Yemen.

According to pro-government media, the Saudi-backed forces seized the village of Yakhtoul near the Mocha Port after a short battle with the Houthi forces this morning.

As a result of today’s advance, the Saudi-backed forces and their foreign allies have cleared the area north of the Mocha Port.

Intense clashes are still ongoing in the Al-Jadid area east of the Mocha Port, as the Houthi forces attempt to regain control of this strategic site.

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The KSA dynasty is wasting the fortunes of their nation in regime change cabals, wars and for missionaries. Not only all over the Arab lands but also in Europe and the US. All is spent to spread their sick Wahhabi cult that paved the ground for IS and al-Qaeda.