Sources in the Saudi intelligence services reportedly confirmed that a Yemeni missile successfully struck a Defence Ministry building in Riyadh on Sunday.
Mahdi al-Mashat was elected President of Yemen three months ago. In that period, he has directed a huge development in Yemeni society, despite seemingly unsurmountable obstacles.
Video footage released by the Yemeni military media shows Yemeni forces annihilating the remaining Saudi presence in the Al-Jah district of Hodeidah province.
According to a local YRW reporter in Sana'a, the Yemeni Missile Forces have launched a salvo of ballistic missiles at the Saudi capital of Riyadh.
Spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces, Sharaf Luqman, has stated in an official press interview that the Battle of Hodeidah is basically over, calling for the surrender of the many Saudi coalition troops that are currently trapped and surrounded by
Several South Yemen separatist movements have decided to sue pro-Saudi mercenary commander Tariq Afash, for military incompetence and for having thrown away countless South Yemeni lives in his failed military operations.
Yemeni police forces in Lahj have arrested two deserter mercenaries in Saudi service who were attempting to flee to Aden while being dressed as women.
Reports by the Associated Press have denounced the United Arab Emirates for the widespread use of torture and sexual abuse in several UAE-operated illegal prisons across occupied southern Yemen.
Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, has called for a full amnesty for Saudi-backed militia members who surrender to Yemeni forces.