Saudi coalition forces strike southwestern Yemen, killing at least 17 civilians

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 Saudi coalition forces strike southwestern Yemen, killing at least 17 civilians


A Yemen security officer, who did not want to be named, told reporters that on the day of the Saudi led coalition forces in the province, a missile hit a vehicle near a rural market, causing at least 17 civilians who were ready to leave the market to die. According to a Yemen official, with the support of the multinational coalition, the pro - Yemen government seized control of the Rashid region of tuszi province from the hands of the Yemen armed forces on the day of the armed forces. The province is adjacent to the Red Sea. The province has the only port that can be connected with the outside world in the province. It is also an important channel connecting north and South on the ground battlefield. Its gain and loss are directly related to the real blockade by the multinational coalition forces and the Yemen government forces on the Hu Hu armed forces. In September 2014, Yemens armed forces seized the capital Sanaa and later occupied southern Yemen, forcing President Hardy to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched a military code named decisive storm against Hus armed forces. Source: Xinhua editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005 A Yemen security officer, who did not want to be named, told reporters that on the day of the Saudi led coalition forces in the province, a missile hit a vehicle near a rural market, causing at least 17 civilians who were ready to leave the market to die. According to a Yemen official, with the support of the multinational coalition, the pro - Yemen government seized control of the Rashid region of tuszi province from the hands of the Yemen armed forces on the day of the armed forces. The province is adjacent to the Red Sea. The province has the only port that can be connected with the outside world in the province. It is also an important channel connecting north and South on the ground battlefield. Its gain and loss are directly related to the real blockade by the multinational coalition forces and the Yemen government forces on the Hu Hu armed forces. In September 2014, Yemens armed forces seized the capital Sanaa and later occupied southern Yemen, forcing President Hardy to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched a military code named decisive storm against Hus armed forces.