BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:10 P.M.) – The Houthi forces continued their military operations in the northern Yemen province of Al-Jawf on Sunday.

According to the Yemen-based Saba News Agency, the Houthi forces cleared and secured the Lalqam Mountain in the Mahamisha area this past weekend.

The Saba Agency added that the Houthi forces managed to inflict heavy damage on the Saudi-backed troops, while also seizing their military equipment.

This attack by the Houthi forces is the second big push that was made by the latter in northern Yemen this past weekend.

The first major attack occurred in the Midi Desert, where the Houthi forces scored a new advance against the Saudi-backed Hadi loyalists.


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