Yemenis have taken part in a mass rally in protest at Saudi Arabia’s ongoing airstrikes against the impoverished country.
Thousands of Yemenis have poured out into the streets of the capital Sana’a to mark the second anniversary of the brutal Saudi war, which has left a massive trail of death and devastation across the impoverished Arab state.
The leader of Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement, Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi, says Al Saud launched the ongoing atrocious and devastating aerial bombardment campaign against its southern neighbor in order to assert its servitude to the United States.
An informed military source disclosed that a large number of the pro-Saudi mercenaries have been killed in the Yemeni army and popular forces' military operations in the Ninth District in Eastern Sana'a.
The Yemeni army and allied fighters from the Popular Committees have attacked two military bases inside Saudi Arabia, killing at least one Saudi soldier and injuring scores of others.
Saudi warplanes have carried out a series of new aerial attacks against areas across Yemen.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has renewed the call for Washington to “immediately” halt arms sales to the Saudi regime and review the participation of US forces in Riyadh’s “unlawful” air raids against neighboring Yemen.
Yemeni military officials say Saudi Arabia and its allies have violated a recent ceasefire declared by Riyadh in the country over 114 times.
Yemen’s army and volunteer Popular Committees have fired rockets at the positions of Saudi-backed mercenaries near the capital, Sana’a, destroying a weapons warehouse used by them.
Saudi Arabian warplanes have bombed residential buildings in the southwestern Yemeni province of Ta’izz, killing at least 10 people.