Prominent commander and several government troops killed in fierce battles west of al-Dale

Prominent commander and several government troops killed in fierce battles west of al-Dale


An officer of the government forces was killed in fierce battles and confrontations in several localities and towns west of Al-Dale province southern of Yemen.

A field source told Al-Masdar online that the deputy Chief of operations of the 30th Armoured Brigade, Major Anwar al-Wazlah, was killed on Thursday evening by the Houthi militia in Habil AlSama’ee area west of al-Fakher city in Qa’ttabah  district where there were fierce battles between government forces and the Houthis

The Deputy Chief of operations of the 30th Armored Brigade is from Mikhlaf  al-Oud, Qa’ttabah  District, a son of Habil Duwaid, the most prominent founding officer of the 30th Armored Brigade, and killed along with three other government troops.

Yesterday evening, fierce clashes erupted between government forces and the Houthi militia in the al-Sharji area of the Beit al-Shawki front, north of Qa’ttabah  District, and in the Al-Hasha front west of al-Dale province following violent attacks by Houthi militiamen on government forces positions.

According to field sources, militants of the Houthi militia carried out sporadic attacks on the positions of government forces in Al-Khadra, Tabashe’a and al-Zaqmaa front of the west of al-Dale in an attempt by the Houthi militia to cut off the supply line of government troops in the Alzqmaa line of al-Hasha district and advance towards the Al-Dale district.

The sources confirmed the deaths and injuries of the Houthi militia in clashes against government forces in the western province of al-Dale, while medical sources in the province of Ibb reported the arrival of dozens of wounded and dead from the Houthis to the General Revolution Hospital in the city of Ibb  "The center of the country ".

Late Sunday evening, Arab coalition fighters launched air raids targeting Houthi's mechanisms in Ya’ees  northern Murais in  al-Dale.


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