Ansarullah revolutionists make advances in Aden


Houthi revolutionists  and allied army units clashed with Saudi backed militias and ISIS terrorists in the southern Yemeni city of Aden on Sunday, and eyewitnesses said gun battles and heavy shelling ripped through a downtown district near the city’s port.

The Houthi forces have been battling to take Aden, a last foothold of fighters loyal to Saudi-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, advancing to the city center despite 11 days of aggression by a Saudi-led coalition of mainly Gulf air forces.

Saudi Arabia launched the air strikes on March 26 in an attempt to turn back the revolutionists known as Houthis, who already control Yemen’s capital Sanaa, and restore some of Hadi’s crumbling authority.


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