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Saudi Arabia: Houthi forces destroy Saudi tanks on Yemeni border00:41

Saudi Arabia: Houthi forces destroy Saudi tanks on Yemeni border

Arabia Saudí, Al Khubah
17 August, 2015 a las 14:24 GMT +00:00 · Publicado

Violent clashes erupted between Houthi fighters and the Saudi Army in Al Khubah on Monday, when Houthi forces confronted Saudi tanks, destroying several armoured vehicles. No deaths or numbers of injured were reported at the time of writing.

Hodeidah also came under attack the same day, as Saudi-led coalition airstrikes targeted the Houthi held city. The coalition has claimed several victories over the last week, capturing Shabwah province and gaining ground in Taiz.

The Saudi-led air campaign was launched in March 2015. According to United Nations (UN) figures More than 4,300 people have died, 1,900 of those were civilians and 7,870 people have been injured since the beginning of the conflict in March 2015. The UN has categorised it as a level-three humanitarian emergency, as currently 80 percent of Yemen’s 21 million people are in need of aid.

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Violent clashes erupted between Houthi fighters and the Saudi Army in Al Khubah on Monday, when Houthi forces confronted Saudi tanks, destroying several armoured vehicles. No deaths or numbers of injured were reported at the time of writing.

Hodeidah also came under attack the same day, as Saudi-led coalition airstrikes targeted the Houthi held city. The coalition has claimed several victories over the last week, capturing Shabwah province and gaining ground in Taiz.

The Saudi-led air campaign was launched in March 2015. According to United Nations (UN) figures More than 4,300 people have died, 1,900 of those were civilians and 7,870 people have been injured since the beginning of the conflict in March 2015. The UN has categorised it as a level-three humanitarian emergency, as currently 80 percent of Yemen’s 21 million people are in need of aid.