BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – The Saudi-led Coalition is currently hammering the Hodeideh Airport, as their allies on the ground attempt to kick out the Houthis from this strategic installation in west Yemen.
According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, the Saudi-led Coalition launched over 20 airstrikes over the Hodeideh Airport on Sunday alone.
With limited gains on the ground by the Yemeni Republican Guard and Southern Resistance Army, the Saudi-led Coalition is attempting to bomb the Houthis out of the Hodeideh Airport.
Previously, pro-government activists reported that the Hodeideh Airport was under the full control of the Yemeni Republican Guard; however, this was later refuted by the Houthis and the fact the Saudi-led Coalition continues to bomb the installation.
Meanwhile, in southern Saudi Arabia, the Houthi forces have been inflicting heavy damage on the defenses of the Hadi loyalists.
In response to these losses, the Saudi-led Coalition has stepped up their airstrikes over the Hajjah and Sa’ada governorates of Yemen.
According to local activists in Sa’ada, the Saudi-led Coalition launched over 15 airstrikes above Sa’ada on Sunday, with the majority of the strikes targeting the provincial capital.