The Houthis fires a ballistic missile in the direction of Al-Dale and no casualties

The Houthis fires  a ballistic missile in the direction of Al-Dale and no casualties


Al-Houthi fighters launched a ballistic missile late Thursday evening in the direction of al-Dali (southern Yemen) province for the second time since early April.

According to the sources, the rocket launched by the Houthi militia landed in the area of "Hakola " near the security belt headquarters in Sanah district of al-Dali province without hitting any target or causing material or human losses.

The launch of the ballistic missile came 10 days after a similar missile was fired from a rocket launcher set up by Houthi militia in the al-Radhamah district northeast of Ibb Province and landed in a Qat farm in the "Wa’rah " district of Sanah, a provincial capital of al-Dale, without registering any casualties.

The information office of the al-Dale province said the missile landed in a residential area of al-Dale and did not specify the location or the casualties.

Houthi media reported that the rocket force of Houthis launched a Badr F rocket targeting government forces in camp  "Hakola " al-Dale.

The two fronts of Hamak west of al-Dale  and Al-Oud, East Ibb Province, witnessed fierce fighting between government forces and the Houthis since the end of March, during which scores of dead and wounded from both sides fell and ended with the Houthis being able to control the two fronts.


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