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Yemeni forces capture 150 Saudi mercenaries
in Bayda: al-Masirah
Press TV, 9 March 2016
Yemeni forces have reportedly captured at least 150 Saudi mercenaries in the war-hit country’s central province of al-Bayda.
According to a report by Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah news website, the Yemeni army, backed by Popular Committees loyal to the Houthi Ansarullah movement, caught Saudi mercenaries in Rada’ town on Tuesday as they were heading toward a Saudi military base in west-central Ma’rib Province.
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Yemeni forces capture over 100 Saudi troops,
kill dozens more in Ma’rib
Press TV, 28 February 2016
Yemeni forces have managed to capture 101 Saudi soldiers in the west-central Ma’rib province, killing dozens others.
The Yemeni army, backed by Popular Committees loyal to the Houthi Ansarullah movement, caught 71 soldiers of Saudi forces in early hours of Monday while trying to reach Ma’rib city, Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah news website reported, adding that they had captured 30 more Saudi troopers in the same area on Sunday.
The report added that the captured soldiers were being transported to the area to further boost Saudi presence when Yemeni forces caught them.
EXCLUSIVE: Yemeni Forces Use New Tactics in Ta’iz,
Ma’rib, Make More Military Gains
(FNA, 2 March 2016) ~ The Yemeni army and popular forces have changed their military tactics in their offensives against the Saudi forces in Ta’iz, Ma’rib and al-Jawf provinces which resulted in more military gains for them and inflicted heavy losses on them, FNA dispatches said.
The Yemeni forces pounded Saudi Arabia’s Sahn al-Jen military base in Ma’rib province, killing and injuring scores of Saudi forces.
In Ta’iz province, the Yemeni army’s artillery units hit the Saudi forces’ positions to the West of sports stadium in al-Wazeqiya region, killing tens of Saudi troops and injuring dozens more.
Also, the Yemeni security forces arrested over 70 Saudi forces who intended to enter Ma’rib to take part in the war against the Yemeni forces.
In al-Jawf province, the Yemeni forces managed to seize back four important regions in Wadi Harab region to the East of al-Hazm city as well as Division 115 military base.
In a relevant development on Sunday, the Yemeni army and popular forces made remarkable advances in in Ta’iz and Ma’rib provinces, inflicting heavy casualties and losses on the Saudi forces.
Tens of Saudi forces were killed and dozens more were wounded in the Yemeni forces’ offensives in Ta’iz and Ma’rib provinces.
Meantime, the Yemeni army and popular forces inflicted heavy damage on the Saudi military grid in Azan region of the city of Zobab near Bab al-Mandeb in Southwestern Yemen.
A newly-published report by the pro-Saudi camp in Yemen shows that over 1,600 Saudi-led forces have been killed in just Ta’iz province since March 2016.
According to a report submitted by the Ta’iz governor general to fugitive Yemeni Prime Minister Khaled Bahah cabinet in Riyadh, a sum of 1,630 Saudi military servicemen have been killed since the outbreak of the Saudi war in late March.
Also on February 22, the Yemeni forces inflicted heavy casualties and losses on the Saudi and the Emirati forces in al-Jawf province, killing scores of them in heavy clashes.
Scores of militants were killed and wounded and their armored military vehicles were also destroyed in al-Khalifain front, FNA dispatches said.
Meantime, a group of other Yemeni forces killed a number of Saudi troops in al-Khanjar military base in al-Jawf province.
The Sabrin al-Maraziq region was also the scene of heavy clashes between the Yemeni forces and Saudi soldiers.
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