Saudi-led coalition to ‘receive heavy casualties’ in Yemen war

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An alliance of Saudi-backed forces in Yemen has been fighting the Houthi rebels since March, after the group seized control of the capital, Sanaa, in September.

The coalition is backed by the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain, as well as the United States.

However, the Saudi-run Saudi-supported forces have suffered heavy casualties in the ongoing war, with hundreds of civilians killed, according to local media.

Saudi Arabia has been leading a coalition of nations, led by Egypt, against the Houthis since 2015, and is now spearheading the campaign to restore the government of President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.

According to a new report by The Jerusalem News, coalition forces have received heavy casualties since the beginning of the war, and some coalition troops have been killed while trying to evacuate civilians.

In recent days, coalition aircraft carried out a strike in Yemen’s northwestern province of Taiz, killing two pilots and wounding three others, according the report.

The report also quoted coalition officials as saying that coalition airstrikes had killed at least five civilians and damaged an oil tanker in Taiz.

The Houthis, led in Taizz by Saleh al-Houthi, also launched a number of attacks on coalition forces in the past few days, killing at least eight coalition forces.

Earlier on Wednesday, a Houthi fighter was killed by a coalition airstrike near the southern port city of Aden.

According the report, the Houthias intensified attacks on the coalition forces and launched a mortar attack on a military base in Taibaniya, near Taiz City.

The Saudi-funded coalition has been conducting air strikes on the Houths positions since March and launched several military operations in the capital.

The Yemen war is one of the most expensive conflicts in history.

Saudi-UAE military alliance in Yemen to ‘take on Houthis’ The Saudi and UAE-led military coalition has taken a direct role in the fight against the Iranian-backed Houthis.

The kingdom has been supporting the war effort with billions of dollars in arms shipments and airstrikes, and has deployed a large number of Saudi forces to Yemen.

The United States, along with several European countries, have supported the Saudi military effort with more than $1.3 billion in military aid and logistical support.

The Pentagon and the State Department have also stepped up support for the Saudi campaign, with $200 million in weapons delivered to the coalition.

According The Jerusalem Report, the Saudis military effort has been “unsuccessful” in preventing the Houthites from consolidating their hold on Sanaa.

However the coalition is struggling to dislodge the Houthish forces in Taiza, as the country is split into two rival administrations, the Aden government and the Sanaa government.

According To the report: The coalition also faces problems with logistical logistics.

The Yemeni government in Aden lacks the logistical infrastructure and is struggling with the supply of essential items such as food, water, and fuel.

The military is also struggling to deal with the influx of people fleeing the war zone, as many of them have crossed the border to the southern city of Hudaydah, and then to neighboring countries such as Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

Despite the lack of logistical support, the coalition has also suffered a number hitches.

Earlier this week, coalition planes carried out an airstrike on a Saudi military base near Taiban, killing four soldiers and wounding several others, the report added.

Earlier in the week, a Saudi air strike killed two members of the Saudi air force in Taisa.

In a separate incident, the Yemeni air force bombed an air base near Hudayda in southern Taiz province, killing five coalition troops.

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