The Yemen War has entered its third round this past week after the failed peace talks between the Houthi and Saudi-backed government in the Kuwaiti capital.

With both sides launching several attacks across the country, the violence that plagued the country for over year has once again sprung back up, leaving much of Yemen’s civilians in a fit of despair as the bloodshed continues.

Earlier this week, the Saudi-led Coalition launched a new offensive in the Ta’iz Governorate, where they hope to lift the siege of the provincial capital.

Meanwhile, in the nearby province of Lahj, the Houthi forces and Yemeni Republican Guard are steadily advancing to the Saudi Army’s imperative installation at the Al-Anad Military Airbase.

In northern Yemen, both sides are trading offensives near Sanaa and Mareb; however, it appears that the Houthi forces have the upper-hand.

The situation in Yemen is likely to intensify in the coming days, despite diplomatic intervention by the United Nations.

 

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