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UAE, Yemen raze Houthi supply route
January 04, 2018
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ABU DHABI: The UAE Armed Forces and the Yemeni National Resistance have managed to cut off a vital supply line for the Iran-backed Houthi militias located between Taiz and Hodeida.

The operation, which fits within the efforts to secure the liberation of areas on Yemen’s west coast, left dozens of the Houthi militias killed.

According to an official source at the UAE Armed Forces, the UAE and Yemeni forces combed and attacked areas controlled by the coup perpetrators east of Al Khokha, in the direction of Hais, and plantations east of Mausheg, Hassi Salem, and Al Zahari as well as Al Suwaidiya village, killing tens of the rebels.

In a separate development, the Yemeni government has announced its first fiscal year budget, for the year 2018, since the 2014 coup by Houthi militias, the Bahrain News Agency (BNA), has reported.

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