|undead||Date: Sunday, 06-September-2015, 10:54 PM | Message # 1|
Saudi-led coalition warplanes pound Houthi positions in Sanaa, two days after rebel attack killed 60 Gulf soldiers.
Powerful explosions have shaken the Yemeni capital Sanaa, witnesses said, after the Saudi-led coalition vowed to press its air war following a rebel missile strike that killed 60 Gulf soldiers.
The witnesses said the coalition warplanes pounded Shia Houthi rebel targets and bases of splinter troops loyal to ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh on Sunday morning.
The targets included bases on the Nahdain and Fajj Attan hills and the neighbouring presidential complex, south of Sanaa.
The raids came two days after a Houthi missile attack in Marib, an eastern oil province, killed 45 UAE soldiers, the heaviest loss for the UAE since the formation of the country in 1971.
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