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Killing of Saudi’s paid fighters and destroying their vehicles in Shabwa, Nahm, Jouf, Taiz and Lahj

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Oct ,9 \NewNews

A number of paid fighters of the Saudi-led coalition have been killed and others wounded. Two military brigades and two military posts were also destroyed in an operations by the Yemeni army and the popular committees on Monday morning and Sunday night in Shabwa, Nahm, Taiz and Lahj.

A military source confirmed to the “NewNews” that the army units and the People’s Committees carried out a qualitative operation on the sites of the paid fighters of Saudi in the Tubbatul Ramliyya of the directorate of Asilan, Shabwa province, confirming the death and wounding of several of them during the operations.

The source added that the engineering unit of the army and the popular committees during the operation blew up two sites of paid fighters, which led to the death and wounding of a number of them.

In Al-Jawf governorate, a mechanism carrying the rate of 23 Saudi’s paid fighters was damaged in the Ham district of Al-Motoun.

In the province of Taiz, artillery and artillery shelled the army and the popular committees of paid fighters in the area of Jahmilah and ambulances were seen rushing to the target location after the bombing.

In the province of Lahj, the artillery of the army and the popular committees targeted a fighter group behind the black tibia, with a search for a loss site in their ranks

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