BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 A.M.) – The U.N.-sponsored ceasefire in the Hodeidah Governorate is already one-week in and while it has dissipated much of the violence, sporadic attacks are still being carried out by the warring parties.

On Thursday, the Houthi forces carried out a powerful attack against the Saudi-backed Al-Amalqa Brigade, hitting their positions with a plethora of missiles and artillery shells while their assault drones peppered the Coalition troops all around southern Hodeidah.

According to the official media wing of Houthi forces, their rocket battalion managed to kill at least four Saudi-backed fighters and wound 16 others after carrying out this attack east of Hodeidah city.

The Houthi attack came in response to the heavy assault that was launched by the Saudi-backed troops in the Hays District and north of the Hodeidah Airport.

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the oppressed yemeni nation will always be victorious

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Long Live Syria

United Nations can stop trying to stop the warring parties. It isn’t gonna help in any way. Some one has to run out of funds manpower and finally the will to fight. 1000s of deaths have lost all meaning. With so much of bloodshed already happened both sides are not gonna hug and kiss each other and say by gone be by gone and aren’t gonna say lets be friends. On one hand there is Sunni Wahhabi Islamic force from Saoudi and on the other side Shia backed Houthis. This is a 1000 year old battle still going on and… Read more »