The Arab Coalition's Joint Incident Assessment Team (JIAT) in Yemen conducted investigations into the shelling of buildings in Saada, and refuted allegations of targeting Yemeni civilians in the ongoing conflict

Map. History of Yemen conflict

22 August 2018
22-th brigade showed Al-Qaeda graffiti and posters in captured areas from Abu-Abbas.
Pro-Islah/Hadi soldiers shelled Abu-Abbas districts of Taiz with tanks and mortars. Some people killed and wounded. Fighting continues, 22-th brigade attacked Abu Abbas and 35-th brigade again.
Clashes erupted today between the Abu Abbas Brigades, and 22 Micah Brigade, east of Taiz, killing four soldiers and wounding 10 others, amid mutual accusations between the parties to stand behind the escalation.
The Arab Coalition's Joint Incident Assessment Team (JIAT) in Yemen conducted investigations into the shelling of buildings in Saada, and refuted allegations of targeting Yemeni civilians in the ongoing conflict
A Yemeni military source reported that five Houthi members were killed during two separate operations by Yemeni Popular Resistance supporting the legitimate army in al-Zaher district in al-Bayda governorate
1 week ago
Saudi air defense forces intercept a ballistic missile fired by the Houthi militias towards Jazan
1 week ago
Germany Foreign Ministry calls for an independent investigation into the raid on the school bus in Saada
Amnesty International calls on the Spanish government to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia after the attack in Yemen
UN Security Council to meet on Yemen bus attack
US calls on Saudi-led coalition to probe the deadly attack in Yemen
UNICEF: No excuses after the killing of many children in the attack on # Sa'ada
Arab coalition jet-fighters launched raids on military positions belonging to the Houthi militias in the Sana'a
UAE army prepares for offensive towards Zabid town.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Sanaa: 43 people killed in raids targeting the Sa'ada
Arab Coalition: raids on Saada today targeted the ballistic missile launchers on Jazan yesterday
Dozens killed, including children in air strike by Saudi-led coalition in Dahian area Saada Yemen. At least 39 people are reported to have been killed and 43 injured.
Amaliqa militants executed three Houthi prisoners in Hodeidah province
Yemeni tribal leaders say airstrikes in northern Yemen blamed on the Saudi-led coalition have killed at least 20 people
Red Cross: Dozens of dead and wounded in an attack on a bus carrying children in Saada north of Yemen
Coalition Apache on Houthi video.
Houthi forces advancing towards Tuhayta town and captured Al-Jabalia village in Hodeidah province.
1 week ago
Air defense intercepts a ballistic missile launched by the Houthi group on Jazan
Civilian casualties after Saudi-led coalition airstrikes,- six citizens dead, including children and women from one family in Umm al-Dab village north of Abes district, Hajjah province Yemen.
2 week ago
Saudi air defense intercepts a ballistic missile launched by the Huthi rebels towards Najran
2 week ago
Saudi Air Force intercepts and destroys ballistic missile fired by Houthi militias in Yemen towards border city of Najran
Big @AP investigation into the "pragmatic" relationship between the Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen and the local Al-Qaida affiliate (AQAP)
Coalition fighters launched raids on the vicinity of the distrycy of Durahmi and farms Aljah in the province of Hodeidah
42 Houthi militias killed in clashes with the Yemeni resistance and in raids of the coalition on Zabid and Beit al-Faqih and suburbs of Tahita in Hodeidah
Houthi issued big statement about last operation in Durayhimi area. They claim 10 vehicles were destroyed, 150 soldiers were killed, injured and captured, 57 prisoners from Affash Republican Guard. Also they welcomed soldiers from South Yemen who withdraw from Hodeidah fronts.
Amaliqa brigade had captured abandoned Houthi tank in unknown location on the west coast. Looks like T-72AV.
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