10 Jan '18, 7pm

Saudi-led coalition turns the tide in Yemen conflict | FDD's Long War Journal

After a months-long stalemate, the Saudi-led coalition is finally making progress on the ground against Yemen’s Houthi rebels. In December, the coalition – which has been criticized for the rising civilian death toll – launched 67 percent more air raids than the month prior. Backed by Saudi air power, Yemeni forces are advancing on a number of critical fronts including Yemen’s northern border and western coast. The capital remains under Houthi control, but is increasingly isolated as the coalition severs essential supply lines.

Full article: https://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2018/01/saudi-led...

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