Intensive Air Strikes on Marib Killed Dozens of Coalition Recruits

Dozens of recruits loyal to the Saudi-led coalition in Marib’s fronts were killed by friendly-fire air strikes in Marib province.

The Saudi-led coalition escalated on Wednesday its airstrikes on Marib province, coinciding with the advance of Sana’a forces and Houthis’ fighters toward the center of the province.

According to a security source, the coalition fighter jets waged 20 raids over the past hours on separate areas in Serwah district, which the Houthis have taken over during the recent battles with Saudi-sponsored forces.

READ: Houthis Control Strategic Sarwah District in Marib

It is worth noting that Serwah district is exposed on a daily basis to a series of air strikes by the coalition aircraft, which have exceeded 35 since last Saturday.

In the meantime, Dozens of recruits loyal to the Saudi-led coalition in Marib’s fronts were killed and wounded by the coalition’s airstrikes.

According to informed sources, the recruits were targeted by the coalition fighter jets while trying to escape the battles that erupted with the Yemeni army in the province.

The coalition warplanes also targeted groups of the recruits who were sent as military reinforcements to their forces in Red Hilltop and Jabal al-Balaq fronts, after being besieged completely by the Yemeni army, the sources added.

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