Latest Updates on Yemen, 29 August 2020 (Map Update)

Saturday, 29 August 2020 - 10:43

Latest news from the Yemeni fronts

1. Marib and Al Jawf:
– Due to missile and drone attack to Saudi-led coalition officers and Mansour Hadi special forces gathering in a base in Marib more than 40 killed and tens injured.
According to pro-Saudi coalition media the attack was with one missile and two drones.
– Ansar Allah vast attack to center of Madghal district from eastern and western directions. The news of liberation of Madghal district is not correct, clashes continues.
– Ansar Allah attack to areas Alam al-Abyadh and al-Rayan.

2. Saudi coalition air strikes:
Saudi-led coalition warplanes bombed Khab and Shaaf district 8 times in Al Jawf province, Maheliyah and Abdiyah district 8 times and Sarwah district 11 times, Wald al-Rabi’, Nate’ and Malajim districts 17 times in Marib province and Sawadiyah district 2 times in Baydha province, in the last 72 hrs.

3. Al-Hudaydah:
Saudi coalition violated ceasefire in the province 340 times in the last 72 hrs.

4. Abdulqader Murtadha, head of Yemeni rescue administration POW exchange committee:
In the POW exchange process with mediation of elders and tribes, 20 of the army and people’s immobilization forces released.

5. Najran:
Ansar Allah attacked Saudi coalition positions with one drone. Saudi coalition claimed to shoot down the drone. Last night a missile was fired toward Saudi coalition positions, which was shot down by the coalition SAM.

6. Baydha:
Al Qaeda terrorist group killed 6 civilians on the charge of having relations with Ansar Allah.

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