Joint forces injure Yemeni girl in Hodeida: Houthis

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2020-08-23 | Since 8 Month

Joint forces and Houthis trade blames over breaching Hodeida ceasefire

Sana'a (Debriefer) - A Yemeni girl has been injured in the western governorate of Hodeida, the Houthi group said Sunday, blaming the pro-government joint forces.

The joint forces "targeted again civilians in .. al-Tohaita district [south Hodeida], leaving a girl wounded and causing damages to civilians' houses and properties," al-Masyra reported.

The Saudi-led coalition and joint forces committed 79 violations of Hodeida ceasefire in the last 24 hours, including sorties of 13 spying drones over al-Jah, al-Jabalia, Hais and al-Faza areas, the Houthi-run TV added.

According to the Giant Brigades media center's account, the joint forces' artillery targeted Houthi sites on Zabid road in response to the group's shelling of villages and private farms in al-Jabalia, an area of al-Tohaita.

"The joint forces artillery unit responded to Houthi gunfire sources, killing and injuring troops of the group, who targeted locals' farms in the area," said military sources.

 


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