Map. History of Yemen conflict

23 September 2018
Arab coalition forces report full control over Hodeidah airport
Houthis said that they have hit gathering of Arab coalition forces near Hodeidah with Tochka missile
Arab coalition forces control the entrance to Hodeidah airport
Human Rights Watch: All parties must limit civilian casualties during the military operation in Hodeidah
French Ministry of Defense: Paris is considering participating in the demining operation in the port of Hodeidah after the completion of the operations of the Arab alliance there
French Ministry of Defense: The French army does not carry out any operations in the Hodeidah region of Yemen
Coalition fighters bombard Houthi positions in the vicinity of Hodeidah airport
Arab coalition forces foiled an infiltration attempt by al-Houthi militias in al-Faza area west of the Tahita
Yemeni military sources: 128 al-Houthi militias were killed in battles with the Arab coalition forces on the Hudaydah front
RSAF F-15S Strike Eagle assigned to the 92nd Sqn carries a DB-110 Tactical Recon Pod during a mission in support of coalition operations in Yemen. By: Rihan
Parts of missiles fired at Saudi Arabia came from Iran: U.N. chief
US rejected request made by UAE for intelligence, mine sweeping, airborne intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance assets for Hodeidah operation: UAE official to Reuters
Sky News Arabia: Arab coalition forces push thousands of fighters and militia reinforcements into Hodeidah
Al-Houthi militia sites in the town of Al-Hodeidah are in the range of the Arab coalition forces
UAE State News reporting that anti-Houthi forces have reached the outskirts of Hudayda airport.
Yemen: Footage of the UAE ship destroyed yesterday by Houthi rebels in Hodeidah.3 month ago
Yemen: Footage of the UAE ship destroyed yesterday by Houthi rebels in Hodeidah.
The US Department of Defense says it does not directly support the Arab coalition operation in the port of Hodeidah
Arab Coalition: the control of the Houthi militias on the port of Hodeidah prolong the conflict
Arab Coalition: We work with humanitarian organizations to meet the needs of the population in Hodeidah
Video: clashes on the outskirts of Hodeidah
Arab Coalition: The military operation in Hodeidah aims to secure maritime navigation
Houthis announce the launch of a ballistic missile on the headquarters of the Air Force in Asir
Saudi air defense forces intercept a ballistic missile launched by the Houthi militias towards Khamis Mushait
Arab coalition forces advanced 8 kilometers towards the city of Hodeidah and reached the roundabout
About two hours ago, Islamic State released a 10-minute video produced by its Bayda "province" (Yemen) that features images of several deceased IS members, fighting scenes
Arab coalition forces claim regained control of entire Ad-Durayhimi District south of Hodeida port city from Iran backed Houthi militia
Sky News Arabia: 32 Houthi militias were killed in the city of Hodeidah
The Iranian Foreign Ministry: Concerned about the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Hodeidah, Arab coalition has to stop it's attacks
3 month ago
Russian Foreign Ministry: Assault on the port of Hodeidah will cause a disaster for Yemen and destroy the political settlement process
Arab coalition fighters targeted movements of the Houthi militias at Al Durayhami on the outskirts of the city of Hodeidah
Field sources: Arab coalition artillery bombed the positions of Houthi militias in the Nakhilah area south of the Hodeidah
Clashes in the Al Nikheila area with the Coalition forces advancing towards the airport of Al-Hudaydah and the areas of Qubba, Shujira and Maasli station
The President of Yemen, Prime Minister, and other members of cabinet will be leaving KSA to ADEN the interim capital of Yemen in the coming hours. This coincides with Eid and appears to be directly related to overseeing the Hodeidah and Saada operations.
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