Yemen government forces say the multinational coalition killed 150 people in the army.

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 Yemen government forces say the multinational coalition killed 150 people in the army.


The statement said that after the bombing, Hussein armed forces around the training camp security alert, forbidden others to enter, and sent a large number of vehicles to transport casualties. The statement said that at present, many hospitals in Hodeidah have been overcrowded because of receiving the wounded. Husseins armed forces ordered several hospitals under their control to stop receiving patients and treat all wounded and killed armed personnel. Up to now, Hus armed forces have not yet responded to the matter. In September 2014, Yemeni Hussein armed forces captured the capital Sanaa, and then occupied southern Yemen, forcing President Hadi to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched military operations against Hussein armed forces code-named decisive storm. In June this year, with the support of Saudi-led multinational coalition forces, Yemeni government forces formally began to resume military operations in Hotan and Taida. On September 8, the latest round of peace talks in Yemen, hosted by the United Nations in Geneva, ended in fruitless absence of the Hussein armed delegation, followed by intensified fighting between the Yemeni warring parties in Hotaida. Source: Xinhua editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

The statement said that after the bombing, Hussein armed forces around the training camp security alert, forbidden others to enter, and sent a large number of vehicles to transport casualties. The statement said that at present, many hospitals in Hodeidah have been overcrowded because of receiving the wounded. Husseins armed forces ordered several hospitals under their control to stop receiving patients and treat all wounded and killed armed personnel.

Up to now, Hus armed forces have not yet responded to the matter.

In September 2014, Yemeni Hussein armed forces captured the capital Sanaa, and then occupied southern Yemen, forcing President Hadi to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched military operations against Hussein armed forces code-named decisive storm. In June this year, with the support of Saudi-led multinational coalition forces, Yemeni government forces formally began to resume military operations in Hotan and Taida. On September 8, the latest round of peace talks in Yemen, hosted by the United Nations in Geneva, ended in fruitless absence of the Hussein armed delegation, followed by intensified fighting between the Yemeni warring parties in Hotaida.