BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – The Ansarallah forces have launched a major border operation in northern Yemen this week that targets several important areas currently controlled by the pro-government troops and tribes.

According to a report from northern Yemen, the Ansrallah forces launched a big attack on several border areas this week, including the Samud Mountain range. 

Should they break through the pro-government defenses, the Ansarallah forces could find themselves on the brink of capturing several important areas along the Saudi border.

The Ansarallah forces have finally turned the tables against the pro-government troops in northern Yemen after being on the defensive for most of 2019.


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Nestor Arapa

Mucho tiempo esperé las noticias de Yemen y su guerrilla Houti que combate contra los traidores vende patrias y a los mercenarios de la Monarquía Saudi.
Hasta la victoria siempre Houtis.